Sherry Angel

Sherry Angel is a free-lance writer based in Los Angeles. Early in her career, she was an editor and columnist at the Los Angeles Times and published articles in such national magazines as Redbook and Family Circle. As a communications consultant for the past two decades, she has written extensively in the healthcare field--including major Cedars-Sinai reports on institutional quality improvement, technology transfer, and the cancer and heart institutes. She also wrote an advance healthcare directive booklet for Cedars-Sinai to help patients make healthcare choices for the future and initiate conversations with loved ones and physicians about end-of-life issues. She will be teaching a workshop with Michael Shiffman on end-of-life conversations on August 25, 2018 in Encino, CA, and can be reached at [email protected]
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My Husband and I Told Each Other Everything Until The Day He Died

by Sherry Angel

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