National Healthcare Decisions Day: choosing comfort

April 17, 2018 panik
The family of Barbara Bush went public with a very private decision Sunday when they announced the former first lady will no longer seek aggressive treatments, but instead opted for “comfort care.” At 92 years old, Bush has suffered from COPD and congestive heart failure for around two years, according to news reports. After a
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Making wishes come true

August 14, 2017 panik
Most people have made a wish, but the wish of a someone with a terminal illness is significant because it could be their last. The Shepherd’s Cove Foundation supports Shepherd’s Cove Hospice and the Palliative and Supportive Care Alliance (PSCA). Both organizations provide comfort care for patients with a terminal illness, focusing on adding as
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