Project on Death in America
"From 1996 forward, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and George Soros's Project on Death in America (PDIA) implemented end-of-life (EOL) programs that fit into a three-point strategy to change American culture. Bioethicist Daniel Callahan (healthcare rationing proponent), argued that America was a death-denying society, and suggested a three-point plan for cultural change. ..
"Porter Storey was appointed to head up that project at AAHPM. NHPCO's board and steering committees reads like a who's who of the RWJF/Soros movement. In spite of the fact that the Soros/RWJF-funded doctors [see "the death cadre"] drew resounding criticism from their colleagues regarding the Terri Schiavo case, this clique is still loved and sought out by the old-line news media as representative of correct medical thought. The following chronology is a rough outline of the fusion and metamorphosis of right-to-die, palliative care, and hospice under the aegis of bioethics and progressive ideology. "  (PDIA Reports
- Kathleen M. Foley, M.D., Director
Advisory Board (2003)
Accessed November 2011: 
- Susan Block, M.D., Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School
- Robert A. Burt, J.D., Yale Law School
- Robert N. Butler, M.D., International Longevity Center—USA., Ltd.
- Ana O. Dumois, Ph.D., D.S.W.
- Kathleen M. Foley]], M.D., Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Weill Medical College of Cornell University
- Patricia Prem, M.S.W.