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- Racial disparities are observed in the rate of infant mortality. - In 2009, the rate of infant death for Black/African American infants (14.4) was two times higher than the comparable rate for white infants (6.9). Unfortunately, this finding is typical of both Oklahoma and the US. On average, Black/African American infants have IMRs 2 to 2.5 times higher than white infants. This gap has been an enduring health disparity for the state and nation. - Hispanics have IMRs that are consistently better than all other racial or ethnic groups.
infant, mortality, rate, race, hispanic, origin
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Oklahoma State Department of Health
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