Wisconsin Public Radio
Two high-profile tragedies have brought end of life issues back to public consciousness in the US.
The Global and Mail
Once again, Indian MPs have failed to help millions who need relief from pain.
US- Daily Life
To ease the pain of death on herself and her loved ones, Marcy Glanz had a dying wish: a month-long farewell party that mixed frivolity and friendship, laughter and tears.
Lisa Adams, a stage 4 cancer patient, has been tweeting her experiences with the disease. Writers Bill and Emma Keller have derided her tweets as akin to “deathbed selfies.” Writer Meaghan O’Rourke speaks about how we treat dying in the digital age.
Brief introductory article to palliative care.
The Seattle Times
US physician, David Baker, asks whether the lifesaving treatment is helping or hurting patients nearing the end of their natural lives.
Nigeria- People’s Daily
Professor Ebenezer Obadare writes about the trend for Nigerians to leave the country to die in foreign hospitals.