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Learning lessons in engagement

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As NIH leaders report on their pandemic experiences, some say the learning has just begun

An article published this month by National Institutes of Health officials has reopened the often bitter discussion about why Covid-19 hit some ethnic and racial groups harder than others, and what researchers could have done differently to address this problem.

NIH officials including Francis Collins, Tony Fauci and Lawrence Tabak and other researchers set out more than a dozen lessons that should be learned from the pandemic response, but the approach to engagement is perhaps the most contentious area.

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