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Ethical dilemma

As those I love, and I, approach the end of our lives, we’re going to be faced with decisions about what we want when it comes to end-of-life care. Some people opt for extending life as long as possible; others would prefer a quick exit when it is clear there is little hope for recovery. Some would like assisted

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