Cancer care

Low dose morphine puts people with chronic breathlessness back in the driving seat

Being able to drive is an important issue for palliative care patients with chronic breathlessness and many feel they should be able to do so safely when taking low-dose morphine, Australian research shows. With Australia the first country in the world to approve sustained-release low dose morphine for the treatment of chronic breathlessness, researchers at ...

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