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Advance directives are legal documents that allow you to make healthcare decisions ahead of time, so you continue to get the care you want and avoid treatments you do not want. Advance directives only go into effect when you lose the ability to make decisions. Read this resource to learn more about the types of advance directives.
legal, medical decisions, communication, living wills
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