Study Shows Patient/Clinician Identity Differences Are Factor in Cancer Care

Study Shows Patient/Clinician Identity Differences Are Factor in Cancer Care

A new study shows that a small proportion of patients with cancer — especially younger and lower-income minorities — delayed care because of patient/clinician racial, gender and cultural differences. The study was led by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center in collaboration with Dell Medical School, University of Minnesota, and the Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Read more about the study here.

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