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End-of-Life Care: Under-Recognition of People With Dementia? (BBC News / Marie Curie Cancer Care)

Summary A report by Marie Curie Cancer Care and the Alzheimer’s Society asserts that dementia sufferers may not always get the quality of care needed, possibly because their condition is not recognised sufficiently (at a societal level and in commissioning … Continue reading

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