End-of-life discussions must be more ...

End-of-life discussions must be more frequent

There are 3 comments on the Guam Pacific Daily News story from Apr 22, 2011, titled End-of-life discussions must be more frequent. In it, Guam Pacific Daily News reports that:

'Would you like to discuss your end-of-life plans today?' I ask my patients this question, though not as often as I'd like.

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Oh Please

United States

#1 Apr 24, 2011
Get a living will. Isn't a physician's job to promote LIFE?

King George, VA

#2 Apr 24, 2011
Every one will have an end of life...
No one lives forever, and those who "put
everyone down". trash them who even try to
help, will have an end of life experience.
Do you honestly believe we live forever on
this earth? The only thing we take with us
is: what we have done while we are HERE.

Ashland, KY

#3 May 24, 2012
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This what the Democratics think of the new health care law. Totally unbelieveable

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