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Dr. Ira Byock. Photo by Wayne Gehman.

Melodie Davis
Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Dr. Ira Byock, one of the country’s foremost physicians and thinkers on end-of-life issues, joins Shaping Families radio program this week for an in-depth interview on the changing landscape of end-of-life care. He covers some of the most pressing questions facing those who are caring for parents or family members or will be doing so someday.

Shaping Families, a 15-minute weekly program, is produced by Third Way Media.  The Web site for the program, ShapingFamilies.com is updated weekly with related resources, a blog, a recipe and more.  Listeners can now give responses to the program in the “Your Turn” section, and become a fan of Shaping Families on Facebook.

 

 

https://www.mennonitemission.net/news/Foremost end-of-life doctor on Shaping Families



 

 

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