More Than 80% of Black Americans Say They Don’t Trust COVID-19 Vaccine Safety; What Does That Mean for Those With Cancer?

Updated January 15th, 2021

More Than 80% of Black Americans Say They Don’t Trust COVID-19 Vaccine Safety; What Does That Mean for Those With Cancer?

A new study shows that very few Black Americans trust that a COVID-19 will be safe and effective; there is a long, warranted, history of distrust of the medical community by Black Americans.

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