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Blacks, Hispanics Twice as Likely to Insist Doctors Do Everything Possible to Stave Off Death

Blacks and Hispanics are twice as likely as white Protestants, Catholics and people of no religious identity to insist that doctors do everything possible to stave off death, even in the face of incurable disease and great pain, according to a new Pew Research Center survey. Karen Bullock, social work, featured.