Language barriers make end-of-life talks difficult, doctor says

04/11/2013 | ABC News

Navigating the U.S. health care system is difficult for people who do not speak English as their first language and it becomes even tougher when talking about end-of-life care, writes Dr. Jessica McCannon, who is a member of The Conversation Project. A Spanish version of The Conversation Starter Kit is now available, and McCannon said more languages will be added.

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