- •Men without close relatives were found to receive less opioids.
- •Older men were found to receive less ADT, opioids and anxiolytics.
- •Opioids were prescribed to 72% of the men in the cohort at death.
- •use of medications for mood disorders was found to increase in terminal disease.
- •Low education was found to increase the probability to receive opioids.
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