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It’s a corner of medicine that most of us would rather not think about: end-of-life care. But critical choices about life-prolonging treatment aren’t always decisions we can put off until we’re older. We explore the complicated intersection of medicine, spirituality and end-of-life care — and what it means for everyone in our health system.
- Malene Davis President and CEO, Capital Hospice
- Perry Fine Professor of Anesthesiology, University of Utah; Attending Physician, Pain Management Center; Author, "The Hospice Companion"
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