Are patient preferences for end-of-life care socially influenced? Examining racial disparities in advance care planning – Hlubocky – 2014 – Cancer – Wiley Online Library

Advance care planning interventions have the potential to significantly challenge current clinical and research practice paradigms pertaining to the provision of end-of-life care to terminal cancer patients, with particular relevance to racial and ethnic minorities who are disproportionately more likely to receive aggressive life-sustaining care.

via Are patient preferences for end-of-life care socially influenced? Examining racial disparities in advance care planning – Hlubocky – 2014 – Cancer – Wiley Online Library.

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