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Minorities Prefer Counseling and Prayer to Drugs for Treating Depression

variations in treatment preferences for depression or other illnesses among Internet users, said the studys senior author, Lisa Cooper, M.D., of Johns Hopkins University.

Nearly 65 percent of those surveyed said they would be most worried about their employers finding out about their depression diagnoses, although many said they would be concerned about the reaction of friends and family as well.

The survey also uncovered other surprising treatment preferences among the groups. For instance, African-American and Hispanic participants were more likely to prefer a doctor of the same sex to treat their depression than white participants. African-Americans surveyed had a strong preference for a doctor of the same ethnicity, while Asians, Hispanics and Native Americans were less likely than white participants to want a doctor from their own ethnic background.


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