The implementation of these practices would improve the quality of death by reducing, in part, the weight of some of the components of that global pain which oppresses patients and families especially if these interventions which contribute to a ‘good death’ are the result of harmonization between the technical and ethical aspects of the matter but never forgetting how the relationship between all the people involved in these experiences must maintain a profound anthropological dimension.

A good death for cancer patients:still a dream?

CETTO, Gianluigi
2006

Abstract

The implementation of these practices would improve the quality of death by reducing, in part, the weight of some of the components of that global pain which oppresses patients and families especially if these interventions which contribute to a ‘good death’ are the result of harmonization between the technical and ethical aspects of the matter but never forgetting how the relationship between all the people involved in these experiences must maintain a profound anthropological dimension.
cancer; death; ethic
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