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Sadly, the answer to that question in the headline is likely “never.” Drug expenses are continuing to climb as newer and more sophisticated treatment options are being released for standard of care, co-payments and deductibles will continue to go up instead of down, and people cannot afford in most cases to take off from work for their cancer treatments.
If you only had 1 minute with a newly diagnosed cancer patient, how would you spend those 60 seconds?
Despite it being National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we continue to have women decline mammogram screenings.
This is the eighth and final installment of my series on providing terminal patients with important elements so that they can experience a good death. For this installment, I want to discuss spiritual connection at the end of life.
This is the seventh installment of my series on providing terminal patients with important elements so that they can experience a good death. For this installment, I want to discuss dying with dignity.
This is the sixth installment of my series on providing terminal patients with important elements so that they can experience a good death. For this installment, I want to discuss alleviating pain at the end of life.
This is the fifth installment of my series on providing terminal patients with important elements so that they can experience a good death. For this installment, I want to discuss the element of fondness.
This is the fourth installment of my series on providing terminal patients with important elements so that they can experience a good death. For this installment, I want to discuss the element of forgiveness.
This is the third installment of my series on providing terminal patients with important elements so that they can experience a good death. For this installment, I want to discuss the element of leaving behind no financial debts to patients' survivors.

In the last edition of the Navigation & Survivorship News, I began a discussion about the elements needed for terminal patients at end of life and to experience a good death. The second element of experiencing a good death is legacy.

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