SPOTLIGHT: Oncology nurse struggles with treatment for dying patient

Sometimes, there's not much you can do for a dying cancer patient--the only question is whether you attempt to treat their symptoms or simply keep them comfortable. In this essay, an oncology nurse describes her attempt to advocate for a patient dying of metastatic cancer whose family's decisions may have prolonged the patient's suffering. Article

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