- •Black ovarian cancer patients have a higher risk of unenrolling from hospice compared to white patients.
- •Hospice enrollment is associated with lower paid amounts from Medicare as long as a patient remains enrolled in hospice.
- •A third of patients received at least one life extending or invasive care procedure following unenrollment from hospice
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