Racial disparities widespread in kidney patient outcomes
HealthDay/Washington Post, June 5, 2008
Biological, social and healthcare-related factors are responsible for the ethnic and racial disparities in results for U.S. patients with kidney disease, according to two studies. Healthcare providers can directly address some of these factors, and need to take action to eliminate disparities, say the studies' authors.
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