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May 8, 2012

Aggressive end-of-life care for Medicare dialysis patients is pervasive

Patients on dialysis are subject to much more intensive medical care in the last month of life than are patients dying of cancer or heart failure, said an analysis of Medicare data that is raising concerns about the end-of-life care that patients with end-stage renal disease receive. (American Medical News)

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