Monthly Archives: May 2018

Love, freedom, and the social worker’s battle against burnout – Hospice social work: honest, practical, comprehensive


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What happens at the end of life? | The Amateur’s Guide To Death & Dying


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Being clear about your last wishes can make death easier for you and loved ones


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Opinion | My Brief Trip to Cancerland – The New York Times


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End of Life Issues: Should I Heal or Comfort?


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