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Way More Patients Now Getting “All Care Possible”

Amol Narang

The proportion of patients getting “all care possible” during end of life rose more than 7-fold over the period from 2000 through 2012.  

  • “Trends in Advance Care Planning in Patients With Cancer: Results From a National Longitudinal Survey,” new in JAMA Oncology, along with an audio interview.

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