The woman with HIV helping others have a ‘good death’

It’s now a subject for discussion among those providing end-of-life care. According to the US NGO, The National Academy of Medicine, a good death is “free from avoidable distress and suffering for patient, family and caregivers, in general accord with the patient’s and family’s wishes, and reasonably consistent with clinical, cultural and ethical standards”.

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