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Tool Available for End-of-Life Planning: Found Beneficial for Cancer Patients

A new study released by Penn State researchers identified that an on-line tool, meant to guide the seriously ill through end-of-life planning, has proven to be beneficial by decreasing anxiety in those patients facing end-of-life decisions. The outcomes reveal that early and often open discussion about what a person values and chooses for care at the end of life reduces stress and anxiety when actually faced with making those decisions. Read more to learn about the importance of these findings…

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