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Support for End-of-Life

“People I know who have gone on hospice only lived 2 weeks”.  This was what my step-mother said when we discussed hospice as a care option after the cancer in her lungs had increased in size during her chemo treatment.  … Continue reading

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What’s your philosophy of care?

If you work in the hospice and palliative care industry, you undoubtedly read, or at least heard about, an article published in The New York Times,“Concerns About Costs Rise With Hospices’ Use.” The article alleges that some hospice organizations, although it was a … Continue reading

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