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Postnote January 2007 Number 276 Ethnicity and health Page 3 However, ethnicity has not been a consistent focus of health inequalities policies to date, and few policies have been specifically targeted at BME groups4. Two important cross-cutting factors affecting the feasibility and likelihood of action on ethnic health inequalities are the
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