Patients with incurable advanced cancers face many difficult choices. Should they continue to pursue aggressive treatments that may reduce their quality of life? Should they enroll in a clinical trial even if there is uncertain personal benefit? Should they seek palliative or hospice care during their remaining days?
A new policy statement urges physicians to have frank discussions about end-of-life care with patients who have advanced cancer.
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