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Informal May be Best Approach to End of Life Conversations
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End-of-life planning may be a hot potato in Washington, but for patients, families, and their providers it’s a serious concern, emotionally, financially and medically. A new study suggests that end-of-life discussions are vital, and that informal conversations may be best, especially in terms of preparing caregivers to take on the role of surrogate decision-maker.