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We're Bad at Death. Can We Talk?

from The New York Times

According to author Dhruv Khullar: Her last conversation should not have been with me. I'd just arrived for the night shift in the I.C.U. when her breathing quickened. I didn't know much about the patient, and the little I did know wasn't good: She had cancer. Her lungs were filled with fluid. As her breathing deteriorated and her oxygen levels plunged, I searched the chart for her wishes in an emergency. Nothing. more


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