Likelihood of African American stroke survivors to become disabled and have difficulty with activities of daily living compared to non-Hispanic white counterparts



Stat: African American stroke survivors were more likely to become disabled and have difficulty with activities of daily living than their non-Hispanic white counterparts.

Stat Categories: African-American Stats

Tags: African American African American,Black African American,Black,Negro

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Stat Source: CDC Health Interview Survey

Publisher (site that mentioned this stat): The Office of Minority Health

Submitted By: Michael Raeford

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