Editorial April 2006 Issue

End of Life Issues

What’s best? What is most humane?

Last September, I experienced the death of a dear uncle. George had advanced pancreatic cancer that had spread to his liver and lymph nodes, and his doctors advised against treatment, which they said, would only make him suffer more. George’s partner, and one of my sisters and I arranged to bring George home for hospice care. …

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