New Model for Classifying Cancer Patients Could Lead to Better End-of-Life Care

Harvard Medical School researchers found Medicare’s policies governing cancer patient’s end-of-life care are based on generalized statistics often fail to reflect the variety of experiences across patient subpopulations, as well as among individual patients. Read article here…

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