You have to stop blaming the victim here. When you see it's about access -- not bringing enough minorities in -- that means the responsibility is on us, the researchers and research institutions.
They were very low numbers -- actually, lower than I anticipated. Considering the scope of the debate, you would think this was a major, common occurrence.
I think what this shows is that even in the midst of the debate, it is largely irrelevant, ... It's not the sum and substance of improving end-of-life care.
Depression and psychological distress are key motivating factors, ... We need a better system of taking care of these needs, and of reducing care needs so everything doesn't fall exclusively on the patients' families.
Everyone's got an intuition about the risk of everyday life. We thought, 'Wouldn't it be great if we could quantify it' And once you begin to do that, you realize that everyday life is not benign.