Published in Cancer Weekly, September 20th, 2005
"There is a worldwide common preference for dying at home. However, death at home does not come without significant challenges and potential consequences for families," researchers in Taiwan reported.
"Given the interactive nature of decisions regarding the place of death, the family's perspective is important and needs to be investigated. The purposes of this study were to compare (1) Taiwanese terminally ill cancer patients' and their family caregivers' preferences for the patient's place of...
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