Saturday, July 9, 2011


Robert A Milch, on New York’s “flawed but needed” Palliative Care Information Act:
“The ills of the world will not be cured by legislation. But there are overwhelming data that the provision of palliative care and communication about it currently are inconsistent, inadequate, or untimely. The public and the medical profession long have recognized the unmet, ongoing needs for improved palliative and end-of-life care. Well-meaning advocacy and position statements, even ethical and professional standards, have proved inadequate in addressing the problems.”

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