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End of life care

The latest research shows that healthcare providers and their elderly patients find it difficult to talk about how much time someone has left and how they’d like to be cared for as they near the end of life. With an aging population and an increase in treatment options to keep us living longer (if not always better) than ever before, it’s more important than ever to plan for the medical treatment or palliative care you would like to receive.

Home palliative care a key to respecting end of life wishes
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Advance care planning and intensive care: Planning ahead for your end of life wishes
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Transitioning to end of life care: Communication is key
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