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End-of-life care through a hospice service provides medical, emotional and spiritual support to a person with a terminal condition nearing death, according to the National Institute on Aging. Hospice care uses a team tha... More »

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Hospice care refers to providing services that relate to meeting the emotional and physical needs of those facing end of life, for example, someone facing a life-limiting illness or injury, as explained by the National H... More »

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Hospice care is for people who are expected to live six months or less, but not everyone who receives hospice care dies within six months. Patients who live beyond six months can keep receiving care as long as doctors re... More »

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