Study: Families perceive less aggressive end-of-life care as better quality

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Abstract

Among family members of older patients who died of advanced-stage cancer, earlier hospice enrollment, avoidance of ICU admissions within 30 days of death, and death occurring outside the hospital were associated with perceptions of better end-of-life care, according to a recent study.1

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