KQED Radio explores how religion affects health care, interviews UCSF palliative care expert

Religion and health care: put these words together in the same sentence, and opinions are sure to fly. KQED Public Radio’s Health Dialogues program explored how religion affects health care, from making major life decisions, to choosing health practitioners, to religio-cultural attitudes towards health care, and much more. Steven Pantilat, MD, professor of medicine and director of the UCSF Palliative Care Program, was included in the April 23, 2009, “Health Dialogues: Religion and Health Care.”


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