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The Right To . . .

  • Be treated as a living human being
  • Maintain a sense of hopefulness, however changing its focus may be
  • Be cared for by those who can maintain a sense of hopefulness, however challenging this may be
  • Express feelings and emotions about death in one’s own way
  • Participate in all decisions concerning one’s care
  • Be cared for by compassionate, sensitive, knowledgeable people who will attempt to understand one’s needs
  • Expect continuing medical care, even though the goals may change form “cure” to “comfort” goals
  • Have all questions answered honestly and fully
  • Seek spirituality
  • Be free of physical pain
  • Express feelings and emotions about pain in one’s own way
  • Allow children to participate in death
  • Understand the process of death
  • Die
  • Die in peace and dignity
  • Not die alone
  • Expect that the sanctity of the body will be respected after death

(Source:, The Rights of the Dying n.d.)

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