Coming Home: A Guide to Dying at Home with Dignity
Provides answers to questions about efforts to ease the path of terminally ill patients to a peaceful conclusion. This book outlines how to make the final weeks as comfortable and meaningful as possible, encouraging the dying person to live fully, until the moment of death.
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