Study: Doctors Listen to White Patients More

Doctors are listening less and talking more to black patients than to white patients, according to a Johns Hopkins School of Public Health study. The study aims to learn why minorities tend to receive lower quality health care than whites, even when both groups have similar health insurance and incomes. Hear NPR's Tony Cox and Dr. Rachel Johnson.

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