As Singapore ages, end-of-life care must evolve faster: Experts

Care for patients with more complex needs, home palliative care among areas to look at

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A recently launched hospice day care service has sparked conversations on the topic of how to meet death, not by waiting helplessly for it, but with support so an individual can live until the end.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on February 07, 2022, with the headline As Singapore ages, end-of-life care must evolve faster: Experts. Subscribe