We are first generation to have say in how we die, physician says

03/20/2012 | Minnesota Public Radio

This is the first generation of Americans who will likely have a say in how they die, says Dr. Dan Morhaim, adjunct professor of health policy at Johns Hopkins and author of "The Better End: Surviving & Dying On Your Own Terms in Today's Modern Medical World." Morhaim, during a Minnesota Public Radio radio interview, said people know discussing end-of-life care and advanced directives is essential despite "significant culture taboo and a lot of barriers."

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