- •Despite significant advances, children with cancer still suffer physical and emotional distress at the end of life.
- •COMPLETE is an intervention that helps identify values and goals-of-care decisions in the context of the child's shifting prognosis.
- •Pilot testing COMPLETE demonstrated improved end-of-life outcomes for both parents and children.
- •COMPLETE intervention is currently undergoing efficacy testing in a multi-site RCT, sponsored by the NIH/NCI.
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