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In this episode of The House Call, we sit down with Dr. Andrew Putnam, the Director of Palliative Pain and Symptom Management at Yale University, for an insightful conversation on palliative care and its critical role in providing comfort and dignity to patients facing serious illness.

Dr. Putnam shares his unique path into medicine, offering listeners a glimpse into the experiences and influences that shaped his journey towards specializing in palliative care. Drawing from his extensive expertise and compassionate approach, Dr. Putnam provides valuable insights into the current state of palliative care, discussing both its challenges and opportunities for improvement.

Through poignant anecdotes and practical advice, he highlights the profound impact that compassionate care can have on patients’ quality of life, even in the face of terminal illness.

Whether you’re a healthcare professional, caregiver, or simply curious about palliative care, this episode offers a compelling exploration of the principles and practices that define this vital field. Join us as we delve into the heart of palliative care with Dr. Andrew Putnam.

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