Survey links cultural beliefs to blacks' avoidance of hospice care

02/5/2008 | Forbes

Many blacks tend to avoid hospice care because of a preference for curative treatment, a mistrust of the health care system and certain spiritual beliefs, according to a survey. Researchers say hospices may have to become more inclusive and open to different attitudes on death and illness to attract a more diverse group of patients.

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