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Nightline: A Good Death #750614

ABC Special for Friday, Mar 12, 2004

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  • Taped segments with Deborah Amos (ABC), pancreatic cancer patient Laura Schmidt‡, Dr. Wayne Myer‡, Schmidt’s husband Joe, Americans for Better Care of the Dying Dr. Joanne Lynn of The Washington Home, cancer specialist Kenneth Miller, Laura’s friend Nancy Oxenwriter‡, and family friend John Driscoll‡ re: Schmidt’s decisions about how to live the remainder of her life following her diagnosis, with introductory remarks by Chris Bury (ABC).
  • NOTE: This is an updated version of a Nightline program that first aired last December, rebroadcast now in the aftermath of Schmdt's death last month.
  • Reporter(s):
    Amos, Deborah

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