Dr. Joanne Wolfe, the palliative care director of Children’s Hospital Boston, talks about her approach to helping children live with serious or life-limiting illness and how many need an interdisciplinary approach to care to make sense of the maze of medical treatment. Wolfe describes how her program works and how staff there works with parents and children to guide them through their care.
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