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Children’s hospice is launched


A non-profit corporation to provide hospice services for children with terminal illnesses was to be announced today at a Tucson news conference.

The new agency is called Tu Nidito Children’s Hospice.

Parents, health care professionals, attorneys and other residents make up the corporation’s board of directors.

Melanie Siani, program director of University Medical Center’s Listening Friends program, will be Tu Nidito’s first board chairperson.

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