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Come join us and listen to Jackie Ferrara tell how her husband, Tony Ferrara, age 72 died on August 3, 2017.

His death was hastened by Hospice in Orlando, Florida with Haldol, Ativan, morphine, lorazepam and fentanyl even though Tony and Jackie had been clear that he wanted to live and had revoked hospice. Hospice staff suggested since he had been in and out of the hospital and rehabilitation facility several times that he didn’t want to continue this way and stated if he had a heart attack, he didn’t want to be revived – right? He said no, I do, I want to live. They were told he had no terminal illness after initially being told he did. After calling 911, the medical staff who took him to the hospital stated he had been overdosed and gave him Narcon to counteract all the drugs but he passed 3 days later.

Call in and listen to what can happen to you or your loved ones if you blindly trust rogue hospice and nursing home staff. It is our intent to inform people about the potential dangers, terminology and red flags. Stealth Euthanasia is happening across the country as elderly and disabled are being targeted for early death and deemed unworthy of more time on earth. Many of the guests on this show have lost loved ones whose death was hastened by medical predators. Education is key for you to know what is happening and not just listen to what you are being told by medical staff. You have the right to question doctors and nurses decisions, refuse drugs and/or hospice altogether. There are other options available and it is our intention to give you knowledge about your rights.

If you have a story about a hospice or nursing home hastening a loved one’s death, contact Marsha Joiner at marshajoiner2018@gmail.com You will need to have records that document your story. For more information check out http://www.hospicepatients.org