New York Times Patients, and Doctors, Aren't Dying at Home With the majority of Americans dying in hospitals, what do you do when someone asks to die at home? Do you call 911? What are the proceedings? Dr. Danielle Ofri shares her insight.
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Washington-Post A Doctor Discovers an Important Question Patients Should be Asked by Mitch Kaminski A doctor works to understand patient's goals at the end of life. A look at how a family practice physician overcame the challenges of addressing end of life issues and broaching hospice care with individuals at the end of their life.
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