Political ties do NOT affect a doctor’s care: Harvard study refutes myth that Democrat and Republican medics caring for dying patients differently

People of all professions are more politically divided than ever in the US, but party lines do not change the way that doctors treat patients, new Harvard research suggests.

Doctors are taught in medical school to be objective and non-discriminatory in their care for patients, but ideological differences inevitably arise between them.

End-of-life care has sparked heated debates and controversy in both the public health policy and medical fields, with divisions often falling along those party lines.

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