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Pastoral Care of the Dying: Hospice, alternatives

Mary Pitzer reflects a trend of cancer patients choosing hospice care over aggressive treatment. “I just wanted to be home,” the Martinez woman said.

American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight:

More terminally ill patients are opting for hospice and pastoral care for end of lifte treatment than aggressive conventional methods–and the results show a longer life.  Pastoral care of the dying in a more relaxed and natural setting in no doubt helps the person on all phases of life.  This is contrast to a stressful hospital environment and all the intrusive procedures.  Terminally ill patients respond better to pastoral care and a healthy acceptance of the end.

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