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Latino patients differ in expectations of depression treatment based on primary language

29 Apr 2015
Researchers found that English-speaking Latino patients were four times less likely to attend a referral visit for treatment of depression than Spanish-speaking patients if they were personally introduced to a behavioral health provider rather than r...

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