New York Times opinion page columnist Bill Keller and his wife, Emma Gilbey Keller, who writes for The Guardian, came under fire for articles that were seen by some as critical of Lisa Bonchek Adams' treatment decisions involving her breast cancer and her choice to chronicle her life through social media. "Bill Keller's piece seems to suggest that to die well is to make as little fuss as possible," wrote Bess Lovejoy in Slate. "While the piece seems meant to encourage a conversation about dying, it's hard not to read the words themselves as telling Adams to be quiet."

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