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End-of-life care ‘sub-optimal’ in ILD


Respiratory physicians need to take a more proactive approach to managing the end-of-life care of patients with interstitial lung disease, palliative experts say. The call comes after research showed patients dying from interstitial lung disease receive lower quality end-of-life care, experience more breathlessness and are more likely to die in hospital compared to patients dying ...

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