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Dying well, on your terms

Dying well, on your terms
The difference between dying in a hospital and being able to die in your own home surrounded by friends and family could be a matter ... Read More ...

How doctors choose to die

How doctors choose to die
Doctors know enough about death to know what all people fear most: dying in pain and dying alone. Years ago, Charlie, a highly respected orthopedist ... Read More ...

Ken Hillman: The last six month of my mother’s life

Ken Hillman: The last six month of my mother's life
Feature image: Ken Hillman with his mother Margret Dr Novak was a Jewish refugee imprisoned in Auschwitz during the Second World War. He looked after ... Read More ...

Review: Ways to have a good death

Review: Ways to have a good death
Seventy percent of Australians wish to die at home, without pain and surrounded by family. Only 14 percent are able to do so. In my ... Read More ...
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