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Posted June 25, 2008
'Seven days of Hospice', a beautiful tribute to a dying mother by a devoted son, shows hospice from the point of view of the family caregiver. This very personal and honest account does not gloss over the initial problems encountered in their selection of a good hospice program. It does not claim that hospice care can solve everything but by the end of the book the reader can see that hospice is a wonderful loving and competent program when it is administered by skilled medical staff and when the family can participate in the care. This much needed book can really help the familky caregiver and completes the view given by other books on the subject by nurses and doctors.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 1, 2011
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