ClinicalTrials.gov has a list of federally and privately funded clinical studies conducted in the United States and around the world.
Health disparities are gaps in the quality of health and health care that mirror differences in socioeconomic status, racial and ethnic background, and education level. These disparities may stem from many factors, including accessibility of health care, increased risk of disease from occupational exposure, and increased risk of disease from underlying genetic, ethnic, or familial factors.
The following are examples of health disparities related to infectious diseases and diseases of the immune system:
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Last Updated January 14, 2013