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How one patient’s end-of-life care can affect us all

02:00 EDT 19 Oct 2016 | KevinMD

David was 42 when he died from stomach cancer. He spent the last year of his life receiving useless chemotherapy and debilitating radiation. David was in terrible pain all of the time. He stayed in bed for months as cancer destroyed his ribs, back and lungs. Finally, David was rushed to a hospital, plugged into […]

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