Glasgow Science Festival: Modern Medicine and Death - An Unhealthy Relationship?
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Glasgow Science Festival: This interactive event will explore how societal attitudes to dying shape modern medicine.
About Glasgow Science Festival: Modern Medicine and Death - An Unhealthy Relationship?
Speakers: Richard Smith, Lancet Commission on the Value of Death; Seamus O'Mahoney, author, "The Way we Die Now", D. Robin Taylor, author, "Coping with Crisis" and Libby Sallnow, palliative care physician working in London.
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