Study: Hospitals Play Role in Heart Disease Deaths Among Blacks
If you’ve had heart surgery, the hospital you have access to may be the difference between life and death, says researchers from University of Michigan. Their new study suggests that access to quality health care via hospitals accounts for 50 percent of the gap of death rates between Blacks and whites.
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