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On Death and Dying

Most of us, attorneys included, deal with the living; the process of dying and the prospect of death are subjects which are carefully avoided. But end of life issues are a natural progression of life and we, as a society, are beginning to recognize this. The resulting grief experienced by the passing of a loved one and how to deal with it is another matter, and one which is dealt with in an article in the February New Yorker Magazine. It is an excellent summary of the current thinking in this area and a good starting place to lead one to further information. For anyone who deals with the elderly or someone who has experienced a loss its worth reading.

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