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UofT study finds 1 in 5 children who might benefit from pediatric palliative care do not

(University of Toronto) The University of Toronto's Faculty of Nursing today announced that only 18 percent of children with life-threatening conditions access specialized pediatric palliative care in Canada, a 13 percent increase since 2002. 25 percent of those who receive this type of care only do so for less than eight days prior to death.
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