Ethnicity 'not a factor in primary care access'

Research led by Professor James Nazroo from the University of Manchester showed that patients from ethnic minority backgrounds with diabetes, raised cholesterol or high blood pressure were no more likely to have their conditions undiagnosed than whites an

There is no difference in the way ethnic minorities and their white counterparts access GP services in England or in the clinical outcomes of the care they receive, a study has found.

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