Study shows teens with cancer can benefit from advance care discussions |  MinnPost

Study shows teens with cancer can benefit from advance care discussions | MinnPost

As a critical care pediatrician, Dr. Jennifer Needle has treated a number of adolescents and young adults with cancer. These young people have come to intensive care because they are experiencing life-threatening complications from their cancer treatment. At times, Needle and his fellow physicians have had to engage in serious end-of-life discussions with these patients …

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