Episode 75, Janice Van Dyck, Author of “Finding Frances”

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In this episode, host Jim DeMaria speaks with Janice Van Dyck, author of “Finding Frances”. Janice M. Van Dyck is an award-winning novelist and freelance writer. Her published articles take on issues of change and transition.  Her fiction provides insight into families, relationships and the conflict of being human.

Finding Frances (Winston-Higgins Press, April 2010), explores whether it’s possible to have a good death in today’s medical system.  It’s a novel about a woman’s choice to deny aggressive treatment and die a peaceful death in hospice care.  It has been widely praised by the medical community, baby boomers and senior citizens for its frank yet gentle exploration of end-of-life choices. Learn more at www.JaniceVanDyck.com.

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One thought on “Episode 75, Janice Van Dyck, Author of “Finding Frances”

  1. Hi,

    I am a nurse, health educator, and health writer. I’m the author of a newly released work, “The Better Bladder Book – A Holistic Approach to Healing Interstitial Cystitis & Chronic Pelvic Pain”. I’d love to do a podcast on this topic. How can I arrange to do that?

    Wendy Cohan, RN
    503-977-2342

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