A Good Death: Taking More Control at the End of Your Life
Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1992 - Social Science - 160 pages
Here is a balanced and complete guide to planning for a peaceful death in the face of medical technology. It is full of sound information and thoughtfully explained options, including what to expect in intensive-care units, chronic hospitals, nursing homes, and hospices, plus how to understand the laws regarding terminal care and Living Wills.
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Hope and Peril
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