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FRONTLINE: Being Mortal DVD
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Renowned surgeon Atul Gawande teams with FRONTLINE to challenge us all to reexamine how we think about death and dying. This film also explores the burgeoning art and science of palliative care and the ways in which having a conversation around the question "What are your priorities if your time is limited?" can empower patients to live their lives fully, all the way to the very end.
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PBSFRONTLINE: Being Mortal DVD
 
5.0

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5.0

A message for everyone

By Wyoming girl

from Casper, wy

Comments about PBS FRONTLINE: Being Mortal DVD:

We are all aging and need to hear the wisdom of this special physician

(8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very Good!

By DeeCee

from St. Louis, Missouri

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Comments about PBS FRONTLINE: Being Mortal DVD:

Although emotional at times, it is a good program. I am sharing in my training of Hospice Volunteers to better understand the need for our patients to live their life, and better communicate with them. Thank you for making this available.

(12 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A Must Watch

By Florida Library Lady

from Deltona FL

Comments about PBS FRONTLINE: Being Mortal DVD:

This should inspire a serious discussion with adult family members about what we do and don't want when the time comes that we face a serious illness or injury. This oncologist talks with patients and other doctors about how American medicine tries to prolong life at all costs often offering false hopes. He explains why doctors and patients don't want to have that difficult discussion about death but offers advice as to how and why we need to.

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