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End-of-Life Care: ER Doctor Answers Our Questions

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    Kevin Haselhorst
    I tell patients: “There’s strength in holding on and there’s courage in letting go — you can decide which is most important to you (self-determination).” Patients are more apt to allow for natural death after doctors give them permission. – Kevin Haselhorst, ER doctor
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