Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Relatives More Likely To Rank End-Of-Life Care Excellent When Patient Was In Hospice, At Home

A new study in JAMA surveys family members of terminally ill cancer patients, and found that they were more likely to rate the care as excellent when the patient was not in an intensive care unit. Another study in the same journal examines how treatment of terminal patients in the United States compares to other countries.

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