Preparing Americans for Death Lets Hospices Neglect End of LifePeter Waldman
With his mother wheezing and losing consciousness in a California nursing home, Robert Rogers wanted her moved to a hospital. Vitas Healthcare, her hospice provider, said that wasn’t in the plan.
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