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Join us this February as we honor the progress that the contributions Black communities have made to the fields of medicine of public health continue to help us all today. Learn more: minorityhealth.hhs.gov/bhm. #BlackHistoryMonth

We’re celebrating #BlackHistoryMonth by highlighting the work Black leaders have championed for public health and medicine. Visit minorityhealth.hhs.gov/bhm to find additional information, tools, and resources this February.

#DYK blood transfusions save millions of people in the U.S. every year? This #BlackHistoryMonth we honor Charles Richard Drew whose work in blood banking and logistics helped make this possible. For more resources on blood and heart health visit: minorityhealth.hhs.gov/bhm

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In 1988 Dr. Patricia Bath became the first Black female doctor to receive a medical patent. Her patented work to help improve the eyesight of visually impaired individuals reminds us to ensure inclusivity in medical product development: minorityhealth.hhs.gov/bhm. #BHM

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Dr. Helen Dickens became the first Black woman admitted as a fellow to the American College of Surgeons. Throughout her career, she helped her colleagues address patients’ experiences, beliefs, & preferences. Follow her example by visiting: minorityhealth.hhs.gov/bhm. #BHM

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This #BlackHistoryMonth we honor Dr. Jane Wright’s focus on patient care that helped improve and advance chemotherapy techniques. Her contributions help us understand how patient response is vital to effective cancer treatment. Visit minorityhealth.hhs.gov/bhm to learn more.

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Join us this February as we honor the progress that the contributions Black communities have made to the fields of medicine of public health continue to help us all today. Learn more: minorityhealth.hhs.gov/bhm. #BlackHistoryMonth

We’re celebrating #BlackHistoryMonth by highlighting the work Black leaders have championed for public health and medicine. Visit minorityhealth.hhs.gov/bhm to find additional information, tools, and resources this February.

#DYK blood transfusions save millions of people in the U.S. every year? This #BlackHistoryMonth we honor Charles Richard Drew whose work in blood banking and logistics helped make this possible. For more resources on blood and heart health visit: minorityhealth.hhs.gov/bhm

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In 1988 Dr. Patricia Bath became the first Black female doctor to receive a medical patent. Her patented work to help improve the eyesight of visually impaired individuals reminds us to ensure inclusivity in medical product development: minorityhealth.hhs.gov/bhm. #BHM

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Dr. Helen Dickens became the first Black woman admitted as a fellow to the American College of Surgeons. Throughout her career, she helped her colleagues address patients’ experiences, beliefs, & preferences. Follow her example by visiting: minorityhealth.hhs.gov/bhm. #BHM

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This #BlackHistoryMonth we honor Dr. Jane Wright’s focus on patient care that helped improve and advance chemotherapy techniques. Her contributions help us understand how patient response is vital to effective cancer treatment. Visit minorityhealth.hhs.gov/bhm to learn more.

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