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Perinatal Hospice Care Prepares Parents for the End, at Life’s Beginning

April 18, 2016

(The Washington Post) – Perinatal hospice grew as more parents connected online and learned about what has since become a flourishing community, Ruiz Ziegler said. Most hospitals will accommodate a parent’s end-of-life wishes, if they ask. But hospice care creates an especially gentle environment with professionals trained to handle despair.

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