In this chapter, conclusions are drawn from the narratives and how they might be applied to palliative, end-of-life medical practices. Why do end-of-life care issues/decisions in pediatrics remain so difficult to approach, discuss and resolve? Unlike geriatricians, pediatricians struggle to understand the death of their patients as a profound failure of medicine.
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