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Re-run worth watching again on 60 Minutes: how do we spend our last days?

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The Cost of Dying: End of Life Care” – a CBS 60 Minutes segment originally broadcast last November, was aired again last night. I had forgotten how good it was. And it’s a reminder to all of what a good job television can do – indeed any news medium can do – when it devotes time, energy and full attention to a topic. (You’re going to have to watch a brief Pfizer ad at the start of this video – unless CBS rotates something else in after I post this.)

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