A new pilot study among low-income African Americans in Detroit suggests they prefer being contacted by healthcare providers and researchers via text message on their mobile phones.

The study, which appears online in BioMed Central Public Health, was a collaboration among researchers at the University of Michigan Health System, VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System, the Detroit Community-Academic Urban Research Center and non-profit Detroit organization, Friends of Parkside.

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