rehm: hi, it's diane. happy to be with you. on my mind this week, medical aid in dying. as my radio and podcast listeners know, i've long lamented the fact that so many americans seem to resist planning for the end of life. i think this began to change in 2020, when the covid-19 pandemic made us realize too many of us could die in a way we would never have chosen as my late husband did in 2014 of parkinson's disease.
partition of 947 seeing in very very vulnerable population continuously in search for oxygen basic rehm the medicines and things like the mall in smaller towns in india point 35000000 new cases each are being recorded and this is when we do not have adequate testing happening on the ground. massive so it's of young population getting affected by the 2nd wave. and i truly believe that the we have not achieved the peak yet the are going to see the peak in the coming one on one and a half weeks from now that is massive shortage of oxygen in our hospital and. morning we just have 10 minutes of oxygen left in hospitals that have been more than 45 deaths recorded deaths and then he nods and then he hospital because of lack of oxygen and the other on oxygen s.o.s. colds and and until and unless the government provides us with oxygen which is an essential medicine to fight over and this is the only medicine which actually works this is something which is the need of the hour and if you do not do that you will see a lot of bloodshed in delhi and other parts of the country i believe that any pati
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