Professor, MSD high school senior collaborate on homicide trends

An FAU professor and a high school senior from MSD have published a study on homicide rates in Baltimore and New York City. They note marked differences between these 'peer' cities according to 19 population-based characteristics from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The root causes for these differences are complex and multifactorial, and raise several major clinical and contemporary medical policy issues. The vast majority of these US homicides are attributable to firearms.

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