April 6, 2016
(US News & World Report) – Throughout the life cycle, people from racial and ethnic minority groups in America often get inferior care compared to white Americans. Many minorities live and work in environments that are less healthy, receive less preventive care and less chronic disease management, and experience inferior access to state-of-the-art care for major medical problems. Care toward the end of their life is no exception, but it can be. This leads me to introduce hospice.
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