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The Art of Dying

When it comes to the end of life, the word 'caregiver' can mean different things.

Sometimes, it's a professional who visits regularly, and helps people stay in their homes as long as possible.

But often "caregiver" is the family member or friend who puts their own life aside to help a loved one through the final passage.

Freelance reporter Janna Graham introduces us to two familes coping with "The Art of Dying."

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