Good Death: The Case Of John Moloney

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In the case of John Moloney, I wound not say his death was good death because he died badly with massive internal bleeding and bad experience to his family. I would say good death means a peaceful death to patient without suffering pain and discomfort. Also, In Abert Alberti case he died badly with massive stroke which very devastating his family is seeing his suffering pain. Last, Norman also died very badly after his sister and girlfriend decided to sign a DNR and he suffered a lot pain and discomfort till the last minutes. In this case, I wound say all of the three patient are not die a good death because all the patients died very badly after many try of transplant and therapy which affect the quality of life and family members.

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