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10 Articles in Volume 15, Issue #10
2015 Has Been a Good Year for Clinical Progress
Addison’s Original 1855 Cases Reveal Stories of Chronic Pain
Can We Prevent Chronic Pain?
Letters to the Editor: Nerve Fiber Testing, Fibromyalgia
Medication Guide for Pain—A Short Primer for Primary Care
Odd Pet Behavior During SCS Trial—Case Report
Opioid-Induced Constipation: New and Emerging Therapies—Update 2015
Palliative Care: Dying With Dignity
PPM Editorial Board: Year in Pain Management 2015
QT Intervals and Antidepressants

Palliative Care: Dying With Dignity

Palliative care helps patients and families cope with the spiritual, emotional, and physical pain and suffering of terminal illness and end of life issues.
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Dr. Portenoy agrees: “My job now focuses on the development of innovative programs in palliative care, the implementation of a high quality hospice program, education and training in palliative care, and clinical research. All these aspects are extremely gratifying.”

 

Last updated on: February 9, 2016
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