Patient says hospice care made him well enough to be at home

02/26/2013 | Gainesville Sun (Fla.), The

Gary Perry of Starke, Fla., is one of the 5% to 10% of hospice patients who get well enough to go home, even though there is no cure for his Gardner syndrome. He was pleased with the care he received and said all new physicians should work six months at a hospice before beginning a practice. Haven Hospice's Dr. Fernando Petry said eliminating some medications can ease toxic reactions and allow a patient to get well enough to go home.

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