A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
A long-time family physician and geriatrician explains how ‘slow medicine’ – a return to personal doctoring in an age of high-tech medicine – can help children make the right and necessary decisions when it comes to caring for their elderly parents.
- Dennis McCullough family physician and geriatrician, a faculty member at Dartmouth Medical School, and coauthor of "The Little Black Book of Geriatrics."
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