Racial differences in attitudes toward hospice care.

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Two-hundred and fifty three adults in the Atlanta area completed a telephone survey regarding prospective personal use of hospice services. Race was found to be the only personal attribute relevant to a predisposition to use hospice care. Whites were more likely than blacks to have attitudes conducive to the choice of hospice care. Although there is… (More)

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