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Study finds high levels of psychological distress among surrogate decision makers

14:19 EST 4 Dec 2017 | News-Medical.net

Nearly half of the 13 million older adults hospitalized annually in the United States are unable to make their own medical decisions and rely on surrogates, usually close family members, to make decisions for them. However little is known about how these surrogates respond to the demands put upon them.

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