Earlier generations may have had so much experience with dying that most people knew how to recognize approaching death. When people died at home, families also knew more about how to deal with the practical aspects of the time near death. Now, however, this knowledge is just not commonplace. Many of us have only watched people die on television or in the movies, neither of which gives us a very realistic view of the process. This section offers facts and advice to family and friends.
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