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In a new study of terminally ill cancer patients, researchers at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston found support of patients' spiritual needs by the medical team is associated with greater use of hospice, less aggressive care, and greater quality of life near death.

Spiritual support improves well-being at end of life