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This Oct. 17, 2013 photo shows an invitation to a Death Cafe discussion in New York City. Death Cafes, where people talk freely about death-related issues, are rapidly spreading through the U.S. and the world. (AP Photo/Jim Fitzgerald)

NEW YORK (AP) — It can be tough to get a conversation going if you want to talk about the late stages of dementia, your last will and testament or the recent passing of your mother.

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