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Recent Study finds Palliative Care Interventions Improves Quality of Life

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A recent study has found that those diagnosed with metastatic cancer may benefit from discussions on the benefits of hospice, living wills and other issues. The patients that had these discussions with an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner showed so much better results in emotional and mental tests than those who did not.

Palliative Care is described as specialized medical care to improve the quality of life for those who are suffering from serious or terminal illnesses.? The researchers in this study wanted to evaluate what can be accomplished with the intervention approach of this type of care.? The intervention included the discussion of living wills and advanced directives like the five wishes and it obviously has a soothing effect on those facing metastasized cancer.

The definition of palliative care does include the need to help the family facing a serious condition suffered by a loved one. There are times that the pressures can be enormous and some respite even for an hour or two is a welcome relief for those providing car for a love one. Learn more about the services that are available to those facing serious medical conditions on our website and read customer testimonials to get an idea of how beneficial our services can be.

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