Chapter 15: The Ethics of Excess and Deprivation: Implications for End-of-Life Care

End-of-life care in particular, and the entire American health care system in general, can be characterized by a polarizing distribution of excess and deprivation. Larry R. Churchill, PhD, explores this paradox and continues on by outlining how poor health care policies can confound grief and its treatment.

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