Re: Re: Is is possible to die with dignity in America today?
I must disagree. There are many different ways to die. In a noisy, brightly-lighted hospital, with tubes coming from every orifice, and someone pounding on your chest, there is certainly no dignity. However, in your own bed at home, accepting the approach of death as natural, with family around, would to me be death with dignity.
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