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When we talk about sanitation in India, people start with toilets, either latrine or individual/household level, all kinds of toilets. 
As we interviewed more organizations work in sanitation field, the more we understand why a simply toilet could b

When we talk about sanitation in India, people start with toilets, either latrine or individual/household level, all kinds of toilets. As we interviewed more organizations work in sanitation field, the more we understand why a simply toilet could b

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Really good angle. There's so much to be explored in this idea. To build upon it, I think the scope can even be broader, apart from patients and families, everyone of us can learn to plan ahead and make that decision when we are capable of, rather than leaving that to our loved ones. 

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Yuan commented on Ecstasy for Hospice Patients

Yeah MDMA might not be the only option. The usage of psychedelic drugs in end of life experience has been studied along the years.  This piece from NYT is worth checking out  http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/22/magazine/how-psychedelic-drugs-can-help-patients-face-death.html?_r=0 

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Yuan commented on VR Analgesic Gallery

Hi Carrie, love this idea. Actually I was just discussing something similar with a friend too! My initial thoughts was more on creating/recreating a immersive personal memorable moments/timeline through VR. Would love to collaborate on this