SPOTLIGHT: Doctors often miss cultural signals

Research has often highlighted that blacks routinely see worse outcomes than whites in treatment of chronic illness. Now, a new study of diabetes patients has suggested that there are significant difference in outcome among various races even among patients treated by the same doctors. The authors suggest that these differences may be due less to racism than a failure by doctors to address cultural norms. Article

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