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Doctors Miss Cultural Needs, Study Says

Date: June 10, 2008
Author: Kevin Sack
QUOTE: The lead author of the study said in an interview that he attributed the differences less to overt racism than to a systemic failure to tailor treatments to patients’ cultural norms. The problem, said the author, Dr. Thomas D. Sequist, an assistant professor of health care policy at Harvard Medical School, may be that physicians do not discriminate in the way they counsel patients.

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