Discussing options reduces end-of-life care costs

03/10/2009 | CancerPage.com

A study of end-of-life care found terminally ill patients who talked about treatment options with their physician tended to opt for less expensive palliative care at home or in a hospice and ended up dying more peacefully, though not any sooner, than those who received more aggressive care in a hospital setting.

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