Reflections on End-of-Life Care of the Urban Poor
Dying at the Margins gives readers the privilege of meeting those who are forgotten or ignored in our society, often from the moment they are born until they draw their last breath. Each story—Cowboy, Mr. Green, the Wheelers, and the Whites—is important because these people existed. Because they mattered. Because they were courageous enough to share their most vulnerable moments with an audience that their experiences should have taught them to mistrust. The best way to honor their generosity is by absorbing their unique stories and integrating their lessons as we encounter new people throughout our lives.
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