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Vol 7, No 3 (2008)

Date published: 2008-10-10

Table of Contents

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Editorial

Editorial

Małgorzata Krajnik

Advances in Palliative Medicine 2008;7(3):89-90.
Original articles

How do relatives remember the dying of lung cancer patients after 2-8 years? A qualitative study based on in-depth interviews with family members

Malgorzata Krajnik, Amelia Szymanowska, Anna Adamczyk, Joanna Kozaka, Marcin Skrzypski, Barbara Szostakiewicz, Ewa Jassem

Advances in Palliative Medicine 2008;7(3):127-136.

Integration of palliative care with other medical specialties - opinions of nephrologists

Monika Lichodziejewska-Niemierko

Advances in Palliative Medicine 2008;7(3):137-142.

Hope in patients with congestive heart failure

Anna Ratajska

Advances in Palliative Medicine 2008;7(3):143-146.
Review articles

Abandoning overzealous therapy as a realisation of rights of the dying

Wojciech Bołoz

Advances in Palliative Medicine 2008;7(3):93-99.

Withholding or withdrawing of medical treatment - historical perspective

Piotr Aszyk

Advances in Palliative Medicine 2008;7(3):101-106.

The issue of overzealous treatment in view of Church’s Magisterium

Marian Machinek

Advances in Palliative Medicine 2008;7(3):107-114.

Implementing Mental Capacity Act in the everyday decisions of the hospice multi-disciplinary team

Dominic MacManus, Zbigniew Zylicz

Advances in Palliative Medicine 2008;7(3):115-118.

Are patients with congestive heart failure entitled to receive palliative care?

Piotr Sobański

Advances in Palliative Medicine 2008;7(3):119-122.

Terror in patients in the terminal stages of cancer

Maria Rogiewicz

Advances in Palliative Medicine 2008;7(3):123-126.
Consensus

The definition of Overzealous Therapy. The consensus of the Polish Working Group on End-of-Life Ethics

Wojciech Bołoz, Małgorzata Krajnik (Chairman), Polish Working Group on End-of-Life Ethi members

Advances in Palliative Medicine 2008;7(3):91-92.

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