One was the cultural component to it. This family, it seemed like it was in their minds just a normal occurrence to go to their local African store, pick up these creams that everyone back home was using, and to use them without any sort of sense that there could be any harm being done. We all have different cultural backgrounds, and we have to try to understand different patients' and individuals' cultural experiences so we can help figure out what's going to be the best health care treatment for them, and that they feel comfortable discussing different cultural treatments with us.
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