Time to change approach to end-of-life medicine:

Advances in pain management have increased options for end-of-life scenarios that can help individuals, communities and medical professionals change end-of-life medicine. "Today 75 percent of Americans could die comfortably at home with hospice care. But we have to make that choice personally, talk frankly with doctors and family -- and work to change family and community attitudes," according to this editorial.

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