Final Directives: The Legal Ethical and Moral Journey to Death

Dying is not a right. Government has seized the opportunity to intervene in peoples' lives when they are facing their mortal enemy, death. Without clearly written medical directives your last days may be in the hands of judges and overzealous prosecutors. Final Directives illuminates the means to avoid government's intrusive hands in a person's final days. More

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About Mark Davis

Brought up in the uncivil streets of Brooklyn NY the author, Mark Davis, was less than polished when he entered adulthood. Proximity to wanton violence and poverty provided him a first hand experience who are the game players in the social construct called society. After a stint in Medical School he moved to Maryland. Dr. Davis found his new state fraught with corruption and decay surrounded by some of the most beautiful topography in America. He served for a time in the Public Health Service until the government decided he should move to nowhere USA. Declining he stayed in Maryland for nearly 4 decades intermittently practicing Internal Medicine and writing articles and books. Dr. Davis' name moved through the media and he has been called upon hundreds of times to provide opinion and fact on various topics. Offered several opportunities for radio shows he has declined but is reconsidering that position. With three books and hundreds of articles to his credit he continues to write and perfect his craft.

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