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Study: Whites More Likely to Get Narcotics in ER


 
 

| Thursday, January 3, 2008


CHICAGO -- Emergency room doctors are prescribing strong narcotics more often to patients who complain of pain, but minorities are less likely to get them than whites, a new study finds.

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