Pain and the Choice to Hasten Death in Patients With Painful Metastatic Cancer
Chapman, C. Richard
Journal of Palliative Care 1997 Autumn; 13(3): 18-28
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Sullivan, Mark; Rapp, Suzanne; Fitzgibbon, Dermot; Chapman, C. Richard (1997)Unrelieved pain has been cited as an important reason why cancer patients may seek to hasten their deaths. We interviewed 48 patients with painful metastatic cancer to ascertain their interest in various active and passive ...
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