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Nursing2015

December 2007, Volume 37 Number 12 , p 6 - 6 [FREE]

Author

  • Paul McHone RN, BC

Abstract

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McHone, Paul RN, BC

Dayton, Ohio ...

 

Thank you for the editorial on the stages of life ("Moving across the life/death continuum," April 2007). Being present at the beginning and end of life is indeed a privilege and an honor. I never take it for granted, and consider it a real, nonmonetary bonus.

 

Paul McHone, RN, BC

 

Dayton, Ohio

Thank you for the editorial on the stages of life ("Moving across the life/death continuum," April 2007). Being present at the beginning and end of life is indeed a privilege and an honor. I never take it for granted, and consider it a real, nonmonetary bonus.

Paul McHone, RN, BC

Dayton, Ohio