American Samizdat

Wednesday, August 01, 2007. *
U.S. physicians who identify themselves as religious are no more likely to care for poor, underserved patients than those who have no religious affiliation, researchers have found.

The study suggests doctors in the United States who see religion as a “master motive in their lives” are not more likely to care for the poor than others.

“Religious physicians are not disproportionately caring for the underserved,” Dr. Farr Curlin, of the University of Chicago, said in a telephone interview on Monday.

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