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Palliative Care in Cancer: When Does the Discussion Begin?

When does Palliative Care become a question for those dealing with cancer? Please review our Pastoral Thanatology Program

When does Palliative Care become a question for those dealing with cancer? Please review our Pastoral Thanatology Program

During the Oncology Stakeholder’s Summit 2015 hosted by AJMC, healthcare experts discuss the value of introducing palliative and end-of-life care discussions early in oncology care.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.ajmc.com

When cancer comes, one is scared and worried beyond belief.  Yet even worst is the option that one may not win the battle and need extra care.  Utilization of this extra care sometimes is correlated with defeat but it does not have to.  Extra care and comfort does not mean one has given up but it does mean one is looking for care needs that can relieve suffering both mentally and physically.  If we are dying, it does not have to be a horrible time but a phase of entry into another life. A PHASE that can be entered into with dignity while still fighting on earth

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