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Background: Dyspnea is a very distressing symptom present in the vast majority of patients with advanced cancer. There are limited data on the characteristics and correlates of dyspnea in this population. The purpose of this study was to characterize dyspnea, explore the differences between...
The definition of spirituality is the subject of endless debates in the empirical literature. This content analysis sought to: (1) exhaustively review the empirical literature on end-of-life spirituality to extract definitional elements of this concept and (2) elaborate on these definitional...
Introduction: Alleviation of symptoms associated with advanced illness and dying is a fundamental goal and core principle of palliative care. Little research exists regarding hospice programs' practices for prescribing, dispensing, and utilizing medication kits in the home for management of...
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