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Unassisted dying, Parkinsons and cruel myths: #yesuntiltheend

Myth number 1: you don’t die of Parkinson’s. Website after medical article after clinician will tell you it’s not terminal. And most people, it seems, don’t. They die of complications after a fall (all too common as the disease destroys … Continue reading

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Switzerland: winning short story online.

My short story Switzerland won that fantastic cup that’s gracing my living room.  The great folk behind National Short Story Week have put it online here.   The whole week, which happens in November, is a great concept, which helps … Continue reading

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