Arizona Man’s Tragic Act Sheds Light on Complex Debate Over Mercy Killings and End-of-Life Choices

GOODYEAR, Ariz. — In a recent tragic incident, a 67-year-old man, Michael Gelleny, confessed to the shooting death of his 65-year-old wife, Brenda, in their home in Goodyear, claiming his actions were intended to end her prolonged suffering. This event brings to light the complex and often divisive topic of assisted suicide, a practice not legally recognized in Arizona, unlike some other U.S. states. On July 6, Gelleny made a distressing call to the police, …

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Hospice Nurse Reveals Startling Phenomena Surrounding End-of-Life Experiences and Choices in New Book

Middletown, USA – Hospice nurse Julie shared a thought-provoking extract from her new book in the Daily Mail, recounting fascinating phenomena she encountered in her work. In the final installment of the serialisation, she delves into the stories of individuals who seemed to have control over the timing of their deaths. In one instance, a woman named Juanita surprised everyone by passing away shortly after appearing to be in good health. Her peaceful departure left …

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Study Shows Increased Utilization of Hospice Facilities in End-of-Life Care for Multiple Myeloma Patients

Boston, Massachusetts – A recent study analyzed trends in place of death (POD) for multiple myeloma (MM) patients in the United States from 2003 to 2020. Multiple myeloma is a type of cancer that affects plasma cells and carries high morbidity and mortality rates. While modern treatments have improved care, a significant number of patients still succumb to the disease. The analysis, conducted using data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, focused on …

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