Study: Advanced cancer patients want spiritual needs met

12/21/2009 | Yahoo!

People with advanced cancer who have their spiritual needs addressed are more likely to choose hospice care, and the very religious are more likely to forgo aggressive end-of-life treatments, a study found. However, about 60% of the patients said their spiritual needs weren't met or were only minimally addressed.

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