Bill Keller addresses end-of-life healthcare issues in New York Times column

Bill Keller, New York Times columnist

Bill Keller, New York Times columnist

Bill Keller, former executive editor of The New York Times, examines a new British approach to end-of-life care, called the “Liverpool Care Pathway for the Dying Patient,” in his October 7 op-ed column, “How to Die.”

Keller concludes that the Liverpool Pathway would not be successful in the US because of our obsession with political and economic concerns over end-of-life issues. What do you think?

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