Black men are historically less likely to participate in research studies.
We understand why.
Black men are less likely to receive guideline-consistent care and be included in research.
Black men's risk of a stroke is twice that of White men.
African-Americans tend to be diagnosed at a later stage of Alzheimer’s disease — limiting the effectiveness of treatments that depend upon early intervention.
Four in 10 Black men aged 20 or older have high blood pressure, a rate 30% higher than White men.