Study: Hospice patients feel abandoned by doctors

USA Today, March 10, 2009
Most doctors are fairly ignorant about how to act toward patients when they run out of treatments, suggests a study. Often, once doctors refer a patient to hospice care, they end all contact, leaving patients and their families feeling abandoned, says lead author Anthony Back, a professor of medicine at the University of Washington.

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