Posts tagged ‘terminal illness’
Dudley Clendinen’s physical condition is declining as he deals with ALS. He talks about how that affects the book he’s writing — and his plans for the future.
Dudley Clendinen talks about how now that he has a terminal illness, he has the urge to give others advice on how to lead their lives.
The writer Dudley Clendinen talks about the choices he’s considering as his ALS progresses.
Tom Hall talks with the writer Dudley Clendinen about the strong emotions that ALS is causing him, and with the nurse-practitioner Lora Clawson about how she helps terminally ill patients orchestrate the end of life.
We talk with the head of the Robert Packard Center for ALS Research and a psychiatrist who’s studied Oregon’s assisted suicide law about different ways of dealing with terminal illness.
The writer Dudley Clendinen speaks with Tom Hall, and with Lora Clawson, a nurse-practitioner at Johns Hopkins ALS clinic, about the different options available to him as ALS weakens his body.
The writer Dudley Clendinen talks about how ALS is changing his body — and his emotions.