Prepare for end-of-life questions, experts say

by | Mar 14, 2005 | 2005 press and media

Star-Gazette News

Noting how difficult it is for people to face their own mortality, Dr. Gazelle is quoted: “Loved ones need as much instruction as possible” about a person’s wishes for care near the end-of-life. She discusses the various types of documents that people can write to guide loved ones as they make key decisions.

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