Lawmakers Advance Bill Filling Gap In End-Of-Life Care
Oregon has long been at the forefront of palliative care for people with a terminal illness.
But it lacks a program to provide patients with round-the-clock services to keep them comfortable at home and avoid running up hospital costs.
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