Dying Well Book by Ira Byock

A reassuring and hopeful guide for anyone new to the process of death and dying -- and in the age of improved public sanitation and advanced medicine, that means a lot of us. This is a GREAT read for those who are themselves dying, for people who are caring for someone who is actively dying, or for those who are searching for answers; death needn't be a painful, lonely experience.

Submitted by Muhammad Khattab Hero

Originally published: 1997 Author: Ira Byock Editor: Ira Byock
ISBN: 9781573220514


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May 22, 2017

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May 26, 2017

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