Why end-of-life decisions matter

 

Jeremy Wilson, 40, cleans his father John Wilson's mouth during his weekly visit at St. John's Pleasant Valley Hospital on Feb. 24, 2016 in Camarillo, Calif. (Heidi de Marco/KHN)

Jeremy Wilson, 40, cleans his father John Wilson’s mouth during his weekly visit at St. John’s Pleasant Valley Hospital on Feb. 24, 2016 in Camarillo, Calif. (Heidi de Marco/KHN)

We’re seeing more news and discussion all the time about end-of-life care and the decisions we make for ourselves and our loved ones. Here’s an informative piece from Tammy Worth at the Washington Post.

 

Meg Haskell

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Meg Haskell is a curious second-career journalist with two grown sons, a background in health care and a penchant for new experiences. She lives in Stockton Springs. Email her at mhaskell@bangordailynews.com.