TO DIE WELL focuses on patient rights, physician involvement, and how to stay in control of advance directives.
I, along with others, always think doctors know best and let them intimidate us when we ask questions regarding their choice of treatment, etc.
I highly recommend folks read this, think about it, and talk with their loved ones well before the end time comes.
This book is fine for the subject matter. These books should be readily available for people that need options when there are no treatments available. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joan of Stienbeck
Dr.WAnzer writes a compelling, sensible, informative, helpful book, with examples from his own life, about what to look out for at the end of life to make sure you retain some... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Faye Girsh
Dr. Wanzer provides valuable guidance on both rights and options regarding dying well. We all hope to have a good death but rarely talk about what it will take to ensure that... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amy Butcher
Well I can not say I tried it out yet, but it is what I expected. A bit more about the legal stuff would have been better.Published 10 months ago by Marci Beaudette
I have been following end of life issues for some time and found this book to cover all sides of the issue and to be very comprehensive. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Adrienne Dare
a classic! This and Final Exit, are companions! Final Exit society, I have donated to for their 501c3 org! Having their help for a final exit is not free! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Ron B.
I am researching eldercare in this country and trying to find information about how to best receive the care you want from health professionals. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
Dying well won't necessarily happen by chance. It might with luck, but it's good to plan. It's good to talk about it.Published 14 months ago by Sue
Our culture doesn't like to deal with the subject of death but it happens to everyone. We should be aware of how to prepare in every way for this eventuality. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jordan Ross