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THE END-OF-LIFE movement is gaining momentum thanks to major grants from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Two of those grants are supporting projects aimed at educating physicians and the public about methods to improve the care of dying patients.
In March, the foundation...
QUALITY OF DEATH issues continue to drive an international dialogue about physician-assisted suicide.
The medical-legal principles and concepts surrounding assisted death, particularly statutes in Australia and the state of Oregon, were among the issues explored at a conference...
PHYSICIANS, nurses, hospitals, pharmacists and other providers of medical care are not the only controllers of health care costs. The US educational system plays a substantial role and, according to a recent estimate, it is in such a parlous state that its results—or lack of...
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