Death and Dying
Opposing ViewpointsBook - 2003
Editor James Haley has compiled essays from doctors, scientists, and those who have lost loved ones in order to discuss the difficult issues surrounding death and dying. Readers will learn about steps to easing the dying process, and methods for coping with death. They will learn about efforts to extend the human life span, and the possibility of life after death. Essays are arranged so that readers think critically about what they're learning. Can grief be managed? One essay claims that no, it cannot, while another essay gives compelling argument that medical treatment can reduce pain. It's up the reader to decide their own opinions based on both intelligent viewpoints.
Publisher: San Diego, [Calif.] : Greenhaven Press, c2003
Branch Call Number: 306.9 Dea
Characteristics: 224 p. : ill. --