La dualidad de la esperanza al final de la vida – BMJ

The dual nature of hope at the end of life

Hope for cure has traditionally been the patient’s best friend and the clinician’s strongest ally. Clinicians may avoid discussing their patients’ poor prognoses with them for fear that this might destroy their hopes or cause depression. [1,2] However, patients with serious illness usually want to hear the truth from their physicians and benefit from knowing the facts. [3]

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