Why more needs to be done in end-of-life care for adult patients with complex needs

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Tristan Lederman, 34, spent his final months in pain and distress before he died. His parents say he got inadequate palliative care from his doctors. One expert says gaps in both the health-care and educational systems have left doctors unprepared to help adult patients with complex needs have best death that they can.

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