Opening in dates with INKA Bause as a sponsor it is a place of hope, a place to live – even if he is at the same time a place of dying: the children’s palliative Centre in Datteln inaugurated now after almost vraar years of intensive construction. A serious illness in the final stage is a big burden, not only for the persons concerned. Also the members who often have a decisive influence on the course of therapy, have to cope with this burden. Since every medical ray of hope is overrated quickly. Principle applies: If a life draws to a close, time is precious.
It is still possible to spend this time. Radiation therapy is apparently not: A recent study comes to the conclusion that a significant proportion benefiting from patients with cancer in end-stage of palliative radiotherapy, although people spend the majority of the remaining lifetime of the palliative treatment according to the uni-Klinik Dusseldorf. This writes the online health magazine rheinruhrmed.de, citing the University Clinic. The study, which was published in April of this year in the journal of the American Cancer Society, scientifically peer-reviewed CANCER, show that specifically tailored to radiotherapy regime must be developed for this group of patients. How the study was conducted and how the results look more specifically what therapy to recommend the Auotren of the study:… / krebs_endstadium_strahlen… rheinruhrmed.de is a free and independent online health magazine for the Rheinland and Ruhr area and is published by a group of freelance journalist from the region. rheinruhrmed.de is a pure information portal (without any consulting activity!); the online magazine is financed exclusively through advertising.