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A wide-ranging study of ethnic disparities in cancer treatment Culture and Cancer Care is a unique look at cultural themes in relation to cancer, illustrated using studies from the United States and United Kingdom. This book is the first to examine how ethnic disparities can be overcome both at political and local levels. It discusses cultural competence and culturally appropriate health education, cultural variability in cancer treatments and prognosis, complementary and alternative medicine for cancer patients, and palliative care across cultures.
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Simon Dinnerstein (born February 16, 1943) is an American artist, best known for his masterwork, The Fulbright Triptych.
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