Does the end of life have to be hell?

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2009 Number 42

Does the end of life have to be hell?
Guy C. Brown, Sarah A. Radcliffe pages -


Rather than solely focusing on prolonging life, we need to address the problems of chronic bodily degeneration at the end of life.

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Guy C. Brown, Sarah A. Radcliffe (2009) Does the end of life have to be hell?, Soundings, 2009(42), -

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