'A palliative world we didn't understand'
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'A palliative world we didn't understand'

According to new research published in the BMJ, thousands of gravely ill people in England are being left with inadequate round-the-clock pain relief and poor access to end of life care.

Lesley Goodburn, whose husband died of pancreatic cancer, tells Radio 4's Today about the series of events that led to him not being able to die at home as he had chosen.

  • 01 Mar
  • From the section Health
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