Oregon’s Death With Dignity Act crosses the 20-year mark.
Telehealth programs are changing how people get better—and sometimes the way they die.
Every incapacitated patient needs someone to help make medical decisions on their behalf. But some lack any friends or family members who could help.
More Americans are dying with dementia and Alzheimer’s. A Proto video series explores how hospitals, doctors and policy makers may be failing them.
Dementia care has an end-of-life problem. The author explores the system’s shortfalls through her mother’s last days.
New approaches can combat the steep costs of caring for dementia patients.
As more of us choose a different way to die, a philosophy has become an industry, raising questions about access, quality—and profits.