A racially biased test kept more than 14,000 Black people from getting kidney transplants. The test, which was considered the gold standard for determining kidney health, used a formula that overestimated how well Black people’s kidneys were functioning and increased their wait times to receive transplants. Dr. Michelle Morse, New York City’s first chief medical officer, says these types of race-based tests are unfair, but they are fixable. She joins Soledad O’Brien in studio to explain how she’s working to end biased testing throughout the country. 

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