Death Over Dinner Convenes As Hundreds Of Americans Coordinate End Of Life Discussions Across U.S.

Posted by Kendall Harmon

At 45, Laura Sweet has thrown plenty of dinner parties. The routine has become familiar: Pick a date, email invites, fire up a few favorite dishes, pour some wine and let the conversations flow.

But for the former hospice volunteer who lives in Walnut Creek, Calif., the dinner she'll host in her apartment on Saturday is bound to stand out....

The meal's theme: death.

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