The Long Run
Who decides when you die?
It's hard enough for a dying patient to declare an end to medical intervention. It's far harder when anguished loved ones disagree.
By Kay Lazar Globe Staff / February 16, 2009
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Obstetrician Luann DePodesta has delivered life into this world for most of her career. She now spends much of her time helping to gently usher it out. (Full article: 1163 words)
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