As more hospices enroll patients who aren’t dying, questions about lethal doses arise – The Washington Post

Clinard “Bud” Coffey, 77, a retired corrections officer, did the crossword in The Charlotte Observer after breakfast every morning, pursued his hobby of drawing cartoons, talked seven or eight times a day to his son Jeff and, just two weeks before his death, told a pal that he still felt “like a teenager.”

via As more hospices enroll patients who aren’t dying, questions about lethal doses arise – The Washington Post.

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