A Hospice Worker's Life: Photo Essay
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A Hospice Worker's Life: Photo Essay

 

Jill Campbell and patient
Quality Time

When Campbell first meets Stein, she's struggling with pain, breathing troubles, and anxiety. But with medication and some help from the social workers and others on the hospice team, Campbell gets those problems under better control. "For me," Stein says of hospice, "it's about quality of life." She's able to have good days and get her affairs in order. She wants to make provisions for the future of her daughter, her only child, and for her mother and father. Stein is also an only child and now must face the fact that she won't be there to watch over her aging parents.

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