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A doctor's account of dealing with "Chronic Critically Ill" patients and their families

I found this article from the NYT really moving and compelling. In it, Dr Daniela Lamas talks about some of most difficult EOL questions

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The article talks about a "kind of in-between purgatory state" that Chronically Critically Ill people inhabit, where they're never going to get better. It discusses how much treatment a patient should be given, and how difficult it can be for doctors, patients and families to discuss these issues.

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