Blacks, women are more likely to get inadequate pain care

08/19/2010 | Medscape (free registration)

A U.S. study found that blacks were prescribed fewer pain relievers compared with whites, while women, especially younger women, were more likely than men to receive inadequate dosages of pain medications. The findings "suggest the need for interventions and education in the primary care arena to improve pain care," researchers said.

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