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Society offers advice on advance directives

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Thank you for a very interesting issue (vol

Thank you for a very interesting issue (vol. 10, no 4); my wife aged 84 had a bowel cancer operation a year ago, and the surgeon very sensibly didn't suggest a follow up with chemotherapy.

I have been a member of the voluntary Euthanasia Society for many years, and found "Dying the good death" in the same issue touched on many useful topics. It might be worth mentioning, since the wording of an Advance Directive can be difficult for a person without legal training, that the VES will supply a suitable form and instructions to non members.

Their address is: Voluntary Euthanasia Society (VES), 13 Prince of Wales Terrace, London, W8 5PG, tel: 0171 937 7770, fax: 0171 376 2648, e-mail: ves.london@dial.pipex. com John Parfitt, Bristol.........


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