Editors' Blog: Misrepresenting advance care planning

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Researchers question end-of-life practices at nursing homes
Researchers question end-of-life practices at nursing homes
It has been shown that advance care planning has numerous benefits. A recent opinion in The Wall Street Journal is off the mark when it suggests that such planning would result in cutting seniors' lives short. To read the entry, click here.
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