Evidence-Based Oncology™ Looks at Increasing Use of Palliative Care

09:51 EDT 29 Jun 2017 | Businesswire
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Palliative care offers the chance to boost the quality of cancer care, but outdated beliefs that these services should not start until the end of life limit its use. The current issue of Evidence-Based Oncology™, a publication...

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