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“Cancer is the second-leading cause of death among American Indians over age 45,” said Arlene St.
All people within the community need to be educated, and health care providers in particular need to be kept up- to-date.” Another obstacle brought up at the meeting is the reluctance of patients to share personal information on their medical history with their provider.
“Many have a problem trusting others with what they share,” Le Beau said.
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