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New research by the charity Sue Ryder suggests we would like to know more about death and dying, but we don’t know whom or what to ask. A survey of 1,000 bereaved adults in the UK found that some of the main worries people have when someone close to them is dying is not knowing the physical and mental changes to expect as death draws near, or how to make loved ones more comfortable. The findings have prompted the charity to call for a ‘national conversation’ and greater openness between health and care professionals and families about what to expect. Here are some remarkable stories of such transparency.
Original Article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5728451/We-deserve-good-death-dignified-end-planned-moving-stories-prove.html
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