Hola a tod@s, my dear friends.

Today we recommend you the TEDxRíodelaPlata by Dr. Matías Najún, “Living until diying”.

“Where life becomes blurred, where only the care and affection, where a gesture in time, a well thought out remedy or the opinion of those who know can make the end of the road more bearable for one and their circumstances. There are Matias and his experience in palliative care. This needs to be spoken… and practiced.” 

Matias founded the Hospice Buen Samaritano to offer a comprehensive, professional and compassionate care to poor people through the last stage of a terminal illness. Their objective is to accompany them and help to live this special time with dignity and the pain relieved. At the same time, the project seeks to train health professionals to promote the humanization of health, especially in the end of life.

Many thanks to the staff that makes this possible. And many thanks to you, Matias.

Happy Friday,