In some cultures, cancer stirs shame

Wall Street Journal (subscription required), October 6, 2008
With ethnic minorities and immigrants fast becoming the collective U.S. majority, there is a push in medical circles to be more sensitive to cultural nuances. Now hospitals nationwide are trying to come to grips with how to treat cancer patients who come from cultures that believe a cancer diagnosis should be kept secret.

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