Aging inmates will increase hospice needs at Colo. prison

02/19/2013 | Denver Post, The

Colorado's inmate population over the age of 50 increased 720% from 1991 to 2009, which will increase the need for medical and hospice care at the Colorado Territorial Correctional Facility. Inmates are trained to provide comfort for fellow prisoners such as William Cowieson, whose lung cancer spread. "Here in hospice you can kind of be in peace," he said.

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