A bioethicist says the taboo of talking about death started when it turned into a business.
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TV reporter Randi Belisomo watched her husband die from cancer, but they never actually discussed that he was dying.
As a nurse at an in-patient hospice care center, Maggie McMeekin’s job is to help the dying and their families find comfort in the end.
Dr. Jalal Baig says doctors still struggle to tell a patient, or their family, that they are going to die.
Experts says all children and families are different in having the conversation, and sometimes that means it’s best not to have.
A new documentary follows the New York Times obit writers as they learn all they can about a stranger’s life all before deadline.