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As Central Mass. becomes more racially diverse, the population's health needs shift

Dr. Alvaro Alonso was completing his residency at Tufts Medical Center in Boston when he and his colleagues spotted something peculiar.
Alonso, now a cardiologist at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, noticed how many people from the surrounding Chinatown neighborhood would come in complaining of dizziness. It became infamous among staff.
There was a reason, and it had nothing to do with their physical a ...

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