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Black men were likely underdiagnosed with lung problems because of bias in software, study suggests

Summary by Ground News
As many as 40% more Black male patients in the study might have been diagnosed with breathing problems if current diagnosis-assisting computer software was changed. Doctors have long discussed the potential problems caused by race-based assumptions that are built into diagnostic software. This study offers one of the first real-world examples of how the the issue may affect diagnosis and care for lung patients.

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