Factors Associated with Intense End-of-Life Care in Young Patients with Blood Cancer

A study published online in Cancer evaluated factors associated with intense end-of-life care among patients younger than 40 with blood cancer. “Children, adolescents, and young adults with hematologic malignancies tend to receive high-intensity end-of-life care (HI-EOLC), but sociodemographic and hospital-based predictors of HI-EOLC remain unclear,” wrote the study authors. High-Intensity End of Life Care For this retrospective … Continue reading Factors Associated with Intense End-of-Life Care in Young Patients with Blood Cancer