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CHICAGO (Reuters) - Black Americans are more likely than whites to distrust the health care system, in part because a lack of insurance forces them into emergency rooms or clinics where they build up no rapport with doctors and nurses, researchers said on Monday.

A national survey of 432 blacks and 522 whites found the former "were significantly more likely than whites to report low trust in health care providers," wrote Chanita Hughes Halbert of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and colleagues.

The survey found low levels of trust among nearly 45 percent of blacks compared to 33.5 percent of whites. Trust is important, the researchers said, because it influences the degree to which patients follow doctors' orders.

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