The percentage of Black male physicians in the field has been basically unchanged for the past 80 years and isn’t showing signs of growth even now. This discussion asks: What can be done to attract, recruit and train more talented young Black men to the practice of medicine? And what implications would that have on the goal of health equity and a diverse workforce? LISTEN NOW

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