Hospitals continue End-of-Life debate
Even though the aid-in-dying bill encouraged more debate in the Statehouse than any other bill in recent history before it finally passed, those conversations will continue in area hospitals before the law is put into effect.
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#1 May 24, 2013
Dr. Kathleen McGraw is a welcome relief as Chief Medical Officer at BMH. The hospital has been getting better, more humane with patients. I wouldn't have trusted the old CMO with this new law. HE probably would have shoved the lethal medicine down my throat, to get rid of me!
#2 May 24, 2013
Joyce Riley, an RN for years, said on her radio show that she worries a bit over this news, that hopefully Vermont doctors don't go bumping off their wives
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