End-of-life treatment preferences: A key to reducing ethnic/racial disparities in advance care planning? – Garrido – 2014 – Cancer – Wiley Online Library

Preferences against life-prolonging care differ dramatically by race/ethnicity, but they have a uniform significant association with DNR order completion rates across racial/ethnic groups of patients with advanced cancer.

via End-of-life treatment preferences: A key to reducing ethnic/racial disparities in advance care planning? – Garrido – 2014 – Cancer – Wiley Online Library.

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