Patients and families consider palliative care
The Denver Post, March 25, 2008
Terminal patients and their families are increasingly weighing the merits of intense medical intervention. About 30% of all hospitals in Denver and 70% of large hospitals nationally offer palliative care, but studies show that palliative care is medically and economically efficient.
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