Evolution of Palliative Care
The twentieth century has seen a dramatic increase in medical advances. Cures are now possible for many illnesses, life expectancy has been extended for other chronic diseases, and, even when treatment is not possible, the pathophysiology of the condition is likely to be understood. These advances in medical science have bought new life and hope for many patients.
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