Death and Dying (1980)
Host Willard Gaylin says that we are living during a revolution in biomedical technology which has made prolongation of life possible when previously death would have occurred. Others who appear include Joseph Fletcher, Arnold Relman, Sissela Bok, Eric Cassell, Ned Casem, Douglas Wilder, and George Annas who discuss various death situations, e.g., organ harvesting, truth telling, hospice, pain, and fear of the dying process.
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