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Many Americans Say They Want to Die at Home. It's Not Always Easy to Make that Happen

Roger Kellison had Parkinson's disease that was quickly progressing. He was a private man who eventually moved into his daughter's house when he was unable to take care of himself. "He had not come to our house to live," Daniel Wallace, his son-in-law, told me. "He had come to our house to die. The last thing he wanted to do was die at a hospital."
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