SPOTLIGHT: End-of-life cancer patients lack key information

A new study suggests that patients with end-stage cancer don't know enough about how long they have to live to make good medical choices. Sometimes, doctors don't share the information, and at other times, patients may engage in wishful thinking, but in either case, it can lead to decisions that aren't in their best interests, researchers say. Article

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