Advance Directives for Health Care: Living Wills; Proxies; Surrogates

Following is general information on Health Care Advance Directives — Living Wills, Health Care Proxies, Surrogates, or Health Care Powers of Attorney — what they are, and their advisability.

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OVERVIEW: HEALTH CARE ADVANCE DIRECTIVES & THEIR ADVISABILITY:

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