Illness Is

Anne Silver
From Bare Root; a poet's journey with breast cancer (Terrapin Press, 2002)
Last Modified: September 29, 2002

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a finger crooked:
c'mere
there's a table set for one.


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Patients have better end-of-life quality, caregivers less psychiatric illness

Sep 15, 2010 - Terminal cancer patients who die in the hospital have higher distress levels and worse quality of life at the end of life than those who die at home with hospice care, and their bereaved caregivers are more likely to experience psychiatric illness, according to research published online Sept. 13 in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.



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