We all deserve access to excellent end of life care
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We all deserve access to excellent end of life care

Laura Lee Chief executive, Maggie’s

Recent reports suggest terminally ill patients are being inadequately cared for – but cancer nurses can redress gaps in support

Providing person-centred care and support to people with cancer has been at the core of Maggie’s mission since its inception in 1996. Cancer care has changed phenomenally and for the better in that time, as has the wider end of life care sector. Yet according to successive policy reports, many people are still not accessing truly person-centred care.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 17, 4, 12-12. doi: 10.7748/cnp.17.4.12.s12

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