Confronting the racial barriers between doctors and patients
Pauline Chen, MD, said she was inspired by the election of Barack Obama to discus racial barriers in healthcare in this New York Times column. Obama's success didn't eliminate racial barriers in healthcare, Chen says, but perhaps it will provide a catalyst for addressing race issues on a more consistent basis.
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