New survey finds Black Americans face racism at doctor's office
For many people of color in this country, a visit to the doctor means bracing themselves for potential insults or being extra careful about their appearance to be treated fairly during the appointment. That’s one of the sobering findings of a large new survey from health care research organization KFF.
NPR’s Maria Godoy reports.
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