by Kathy Eagar, Sabina Clapham, and Samuel Allingham, The Conversation, 11 December 2017
Many people fear death partly because of the perception they might suffer increasing pain and other awful symptoms the nearer it gets. There’s often the belief palliative care may not alleviate such pain, leaving many people to die excruciating deaths.
But an excruciating death is extremely rare.
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- S Research fellow, Palliative Care Outcomes Collaboration, University of Wollongong