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Painful new choices in end-of-life care

N GEORGE’S EIGHTH DAY ALONE IN THE ICU, HIS DOCTORS told him he had months to live. With his family listening by phone, the doctors offered two options: he could continue to receive intensive hospital care, with a small chance of getting home before his next medical crisis. Or he could go home with hospice, focusing on comfort and the people

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