Study finds Palliative Care Leads to Better Quality of Life than Standard Care for PDRD Patients

A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, Neurology, found that palliative care — focusing on physical, psychosocial and spiritual treatment — for people with Parkinson’s disease and related disorders (PDRD) led to a significantly better quality of life (QoL) than standard care alone.

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