OK, very seldom do you get to choose where you are when you leave this mortal earth but if you can swing it, dying in Britain or Australia is the best option.
According to the Economist Intelligence Unit, dying in India is the least preferable option, with the quality of care given to those about to die ranking last of the 40 countries considered. Using factors such as access to painkillers and doctor-to-patient transparency, Britain topped the list, with Australia and New Zealand following close behind.
Don’t be fooled into thinking that the richer the country the better the care. The US may have the world’s largest economy but it only managed to rank ninth and the second richest country being Japan, managed a measly 23rd.
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