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Making End-of-Life Decisions: 'Not Dead Yet'

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Making End-of-Life Decisions: 'Not Dead Yet'

Making End-of-Life Decisions: 'Not Dead Yet'

Making End-of-Life Decisions: 'Not Dead Yet'

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NPR's Joseph Shapiro examines the views of disability civil rights activists on the decision whether to continue or withhold life-sustaining medical care. Shapiro talks to one woman who created a group that lets disabled people express their fears on expanding the right-to-die.

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