ethical issues in advanced patient care

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Philosophy

 

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Deborah S

 

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January 21, 2015

 

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University

 

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B

 

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Thirdly, the patient is seen as accepting the magnitude of the cancer progress better in time rather than at the beginning of initial diagnosis. Based on the author’s three main assertions, the argument is that hope can be preserved by delaying the complete reality of the cancer prognosis to the patient...
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Based on the author’s three main assertions, the argument is that hope can be preserved by delaying the complete reality of the cancer prognosis to the patient. I think the idea of hope in advanced cancer patients is important, perhaps more so than any treatment in terms of the mental psyche of the individual...
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