This Bryan Harnetiaux play offers a warm and often funny exploration of a family’s struggle with a variety of end-of-life issues as they come to terms with the eventual loss of their matriarch, Vesta. This 90-minute drama has been used by hospices, churches, divinity schools, medical schools, and other organizations all over the nation as an educational tool and as a vehicle for creating public dialogue about end-of-life issues… 
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Duke Institute on Care at the End of Life


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Duke University School of Medicine Center for Palliative Care