Doing the right thing: a geriatrician's perspective on medical care for the person with advanced dementia
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Gillick MR – When the goal is comfort, this is achieved by assuring dignity, minimizing suffering, and promoting caring. In general, comfort should be the default goal of care, best implemented through palliative care or hospice.

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