“It is a pretty universal question: how will the world remember us when we are gone? For terminally ill patients, the question may be more urgent than for most. In Canberra, people in palliative care have the chance to — literally — write their own legacy, through a project called Life Stories. The program is the brainchild of Palliative Care ACT, which enlists a team of volunteers to record the reflections of people with life-threatening medical conditions.” Read more here. Palliative Care ACT CEO Tracy Gillard has confirmed the recordings are given to the interviewee and/or their family, as well as the book.