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Living Will

living-willThe Living Will is also known as Directive to Physicians Assistant and is separate from the Medical Power of Attorney.  The Living Will allows the person to indicate if that person is suffering from a terminal condition and expected to pass away within six months without life-sustaining treatment or an irreversible condition that prevents that person from being to take care of him or her without life-sustaining treatment, to elect whether to be kept alive with life-sustaining treatment or keep only those treatments needed to be conformable and pass away as gentle as possible.

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