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Disputes of Self-reported Chronic Disease Over Time: The Role of Race, Ethnicity, Nativity, and Language of Interview.

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Summary of "Disputes of Self-reported Chronic Disease Over Time: The Role of Race, Ethnicity, Nativity, and Language of Interview."

Respondents in longitudinal health interview surveys may inconsistently report their chronic diseases across interview waves. Racial/ethnic minority adults have an increased burden of chronic diseases and may dispute chronic disease reports more frequently.

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Name: Medical care
ISSN: 1537-1948
Pages: 625-632

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