The terminally ill

   Marie Hennezel, specialist in a group of palliative care, says that in her service they have watched over patients that suffered from a declining deep of the face due to the effects of carcinomas with alterations as pathetic as the French Chantal Sebire suffered.

    “People who expressed their desire to die”
“Families have never found useless or absurd this time. They took turns at the bedside terminal, in this last ritual of sacrifice that gives meaning to the final moments” .The French psychologist testifies that “letting die” a person is different from euthanasia. In this way we allow a person who, at the end of its suffering, dies gently and not brutally, as occurs when administered a lethal injection”
    GABRIEL ROSELLÓ

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