Many Nephrologists Avoid Giving HD Patients Bad News

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A new study has found that many nephrologists are reluctant to tell their seriously ill end-stage renal disease patients the true estimates of their one- and five-year survival.

But having a frank conversation with patients may help them better plan the time that have left. 

John Schieszer has more on the story in today's Medical Minute.

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