End of Life Decisions


Dr. Michael Preodor
*President, Horizon Hospice
*Trainer, Education for Physicians on End of Life Care (EPEC Project)

Karen Kaplan
*Executive Director, Partnership for Caring

Jim Towey
* Founder, Aging with Dignity

The experience of dying has changed over the past several decades. Advances in medical technology have allowed terminally ill patients to stay alive longer than ever before. And families are left to make decisions about when a loved one's life should end... Join Juan Williams as he talks with experts about making those kinds of decisions effectively on this edition of Talk of the Nation from NPR News.



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