The New York Times
Putting Muscle Behind End-of-Life Wishes
by: Jane E. Brody
My friend’s 94-year-old father was near death from congestive heart failure. He had requested in writing that no extraordinary measures be used to prolong his life; he wanted to die peacefully at home. But one day when he began struggling to breathe, my friend, his daughter, panicked and called 911. Click here to read entire article.