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August 06th 2009:Loss of a child through Substance Abuse - and - Living Life Fully

Julie Lange lost her youngest son, Justin, at age 16, in 1993 to suffocation while sniffing nitrous oxide. Her story is a healing journey through tragedy and loss into a life of unexpected joy and richness. Julie is the author of Life Between Falls: A Travelogue Through Grief and the Unexpected. www.lifebetweenfalls.com Ira Byock is a physician specializing in hospice care and is currently the Director of Palliative Medicine at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. He is the author of Dying Well, and The Four Things That Matter Most.

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Julie Lange

Julie Lange lost her youngest son, Justin, at age 16, in 1993 to suffocation while sniffing nitrous oxide. Her story is a healing journey through tragedy and loss into a life of unexpected joy and richness. Julie is the author of Life Between Falls: A Travelogue Through Grief and the Unexpected. www.lifebetweenfalls.com
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Ira Byock

Ira Byock is a physician specializing in hospice care and is currently the Director of Palliative Medicine at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. He is the author of Dying Well, and The Four Things That Matter Most.
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