AirTalk for Jul 08, 2009

Should end-of-life care be rationed?

As the discussion around health care reform heats up, there is more to the conversation than how to insure the uninsured. With average life expectancy rising, more dialogue is centering around health care during the last years of life. From funding for scientific research to hospice care and Medicare - does Obama's health care plan ration care for those in the final years of life? Add your thoughts here.

Daniel Callahan, co-founder of the Hastings Center, a nonpartisan research institution dedicated to bioethics and public policy

Charlotte Allen, author of “The Human Christ: The Search for the Historical Jesus,” contributing editor to the Minding the Campus website of the Manhattan Institute


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