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Ethnicity & Disease is an international journal that exclusively publishes information on the causal and associative relationships in the etiology of common illnesses through the study of ethnic patterns of disease. Topics focus on: ethnic differentials in disease rates; impact of migration on health status; social and ethnic factors related to health care access and health; and metabolic epidemiology. A major priority of the journal is to provide a forum for exchange between the United States and the developing countries of Europe, Africa, Asia, and Latin America.

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Editor-in-Chief: Roland J. Thorpe, Jr., PhD
Editorial Office: [email protected]
Online ISSN: 1945-0826
Frequency: Quarterly

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Volume 34,
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Spring 2024

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