How boomers could transform end-of-life care

08/14/2013 | Time.com

Aging baby boomers are not likely to live their final years in pain or seek medical treatments that prolong life but reduce its quality, according to experts in aging who predict this generation will make the most of palliative care services. "They're saying they'd like to have some degree of humanity and dignity and control over the end of their life," said gerontologist Ken Dychtwald.

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