A Macmillan Cancer Support study found 63% of cancer patients described themselves as fighters, which the UK charity said could result in delays in talking about end-of-life care plans. The Macmillan report suggested many cancer patients may die in a hospital unnecessarily and may not have plans detailing pain management and other care preferences.
Patients with a fighting attitude may delay end-of-life planning
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