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How physicians and nurses really talk to dying patients and their families

October 27, 2009


Hour 1
In the debate over health care legislation, end of life counseling by physicians and nurses has been reduced to a frightening sound bite – “death panels.” In fact these meaningful conversations go on every day. In this hour of Radio Times we talk to David Casarett and Mary Ersak about how physicians and nurses help patients and their families confront the reality of dying.
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