End-Of-Life Experience Of Children Undergoing Stem Cell Transplantation For Malignancy: Parent And Provider Perspectives And Patterns Of Care

@inproceedings{Ullrich2010EndOfLifeEO,
  title={End-Of-Life Experience Of Children Undergoing Stem Cell Transplantation For Malignancy: Parent And Provider Perspectives And Patterns Of Care},
  author={Christina K Ullrich and Ver{\'o}nica Dussel and Joanne M. Hilden and James Shaeffer and Leslie Lehmann and Joanne Wolfe},
  year={2010}
}
The end-of-life (EOL) experience of children who undergo stem cell transplantation (SCT) may differ from that of other children with cancer. To evaluate perspectives and patterns of EOL care after SCT, we surveyed 141 parents of children who died of cancer (response rate, 64%) and their physicians. Chart review provided additional information. Children for whom SCT was the last cancer therapy (n 31) were compared with those for whom it was not (n 110). SCT parents and physicians recognized no… CONTINUE READING

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