Medical experts consider the notion of whether aged patients prefer to receive end-of-life care at home or at the hospital and then die at the place.
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Great article about the differences of end of life care at home versus the hospital. Obviously at home deaths are more peaceful if the proper care is available.
I remember the peacefulness of my grandfather dying at home versus the sterile environment of my uncle dying in the hospital. Dying at home is the best way to transition to the other side. No greater blessing can be given as a death with familiar surrounding, spiritual care and family love surrounding you.
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