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medically assisted dying: the benefits of the process http://www.bestendings.com/medically-assisted-dying-benefits-process/
coalition for compassionate care summit with epatients http://www.bestendings.com/coalition-for-compassionate-care-of-california-summit/
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dementia: feeding tubes may add to risk of bed sores http://www.bestendings.com/feeding-tubes-may-add-risk-pressure-ulcers/
myths about aging, proud octogenerians http://www.bestendings.com/myths-about-aging-proud-octogenerians/
5 steps to a patient centered hospital http://www.bestendings.com/5-steps-to-a-patient-centered-hospital/
what should medicine do when it can’t save your life – atul gawande http://www.bestendings.com/medicine-cant-save-life-atul-gawande/
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