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A group of Florida State University Researchers has received a $3-million grant to look for ways to reduce racism in healthcarePrimary investigator Sylvie Naar says when she found out she and her team had received the grant, she was in tears, "because it was like we were actually getting funded to do something about racism in the world."
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