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AIR DATE: October 10, 2013

When we think of hospice care, most of us imagine a peaceful end to life. And that implies the end to a long life. Still some children are afflicted with incurable diseases and hospice care is provided to those doomed to a short life. What happens in pediatric hospice? How do parents cope with the inevitable end? And what toll does it take on the staff?

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Marc Johnson, Pediatric Nurse, Nathan Adelson Hospice

Josie Martinez, Pediatric Social Worker, Nathan Adelson Hospice

Karen Rubel, Vice President for Development, Nathan Adelson Hospice

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