Powell: Here’s how to plan a peaceful end of life

In his book Being Mortal, surgeon, writer and public health researcher Atul Gawande notes that few people have discussed their end-of-life wishes with family members or other caregivers.  

The reasons are many, but the consequences are the same: many people die without expressing the kind of care they would want to receive if they were incapacitated with injury or illness.

To be sure, it can be hard to discuss death. Yet, personal, medical and financial conversations can help make the end-of-life time as peaceful as possible.

Robert Powell | USA Today

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