Minority Hospitals Less Likely to Give End of Life Relief, Study Says

February 4, 2019

(UPI) – Hospitals that primarily serve people of color are less likely to provide relief from the stress of a serious illness, regardless of the person’s race, a new study says. Only about 22 percent of white patients with metastatic cancer received palliative care, according to research published Friday in JAMA Network Open.

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