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  • Black cancer patients less likely than whites to receive the end-of-life care they prefer, study reveals
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  • Holly Prigerson, PhD, discusses the findings of a study of racial disparities in end-of-life (EOL) care for black and white patients. Prigerson found black cancer patients' treatment preferences were less likely to be honored than the wishes of white patients. She suggests improving EOL discussions to close the gap in care.

Tags: Disparities