Japan To Trim Feeding-Tube Care For Hospice Elderly, Use Other Means
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Japan's Health Ministry is acting to reduce the number of feeding tubes it pays for along with accompanying care by changing the nation's practice of relying on them for long-term care for the elderly.
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