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Leonard Cohen, poetry to the rescue, surrogates and problems of non-resuscitation . . .

This post looks at the strange juxtaposition of three things I came across in the past hour. Firstly, a bioethics post on some important new light on the use of surrogate decision-making – when you are unconscious and another nominated … Continue reading

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The light of poetry

It’s such a sombre subject at times, all this death and dying! But the real reason behind the campaign is one of hope and joy. Knowledge that death can be faced without fear. Having that certainty is almost like the … Continue reading

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