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Dying at home leads to ‘more peace and less grief’


Anonymous | 14-Oct-2015 10:18 am I don't recall off-hand the serious professional EOLC journal you mentioned - but if I saw the comment, I probably checked it out. I don't think I contribute to 'data bases', but I post here under my own name, and I post under my own name on BMJ, Marie Curie and Dignity In Care - I invariably comment with my name, if websites allow that. All I wrote, is that MY memory would probably function better re recalling comments, if there was a username present - I never said people cannot post anonymously [although I've never really understood why anyone would chose to regularly do so, given the option of posting under an 'alias' on this website].

Posted date

15 October, 2015

Posted time

2:39 pm