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Mobile Team Offers Comfort Care To Homeless At Life’s End

The day he learned he had liver cancer, Michael J. Reece, 56, was spending nights in a Seattle homeless shelter, leaving each morning to wander the city streets. For weeks, he’d been in constant pain, worried about the swelling in his legs and gut. Then he faced surgery and chemotherapy — and the dread that comes with a potentially deadly diagnosis

Source: Bioethics Bulletin by the Berman Institute of Bioethics.

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