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End of Life Decisions Usually Made Too Late

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End of life decisions are usually made too late

End of life decisions are usually made too late

End of life decisions sometimes are discussions that are taboo.  People are afraid to discuss them when they see a sick family member.  They fear that they are giving up or facing an end they are not ready to accept.  The inevitability of death scares many into avoiding the topic till it is too late.

Kay Lazar of the Boston Globe discusses this issue and how people responded about how they view their end of life decisions in her article, “End of life Care Rarely Discussed”

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