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We can ensure the most dignified exit possible by

A) allowing doctors and nurses to make all of the decisions for the dying person.
B) hiding or minimizing the truth about the diagnosis from the dying person.
C) assuring the dying person that everything will be okay and they will improve.
D) offering the dying person care, affection, companionship, and esteem.

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