What is a Living Will?
A living will (also called an advance healthcare directive) is a written document that specifies how you want to be treated in certain medical situations where you become incapacitated. Through a living will, you can express whether you wish to be given life-sustaining treatments such as food, water, or intravenous drugs in the event you are terminally ill, but unable to communicate your wishes otherwise.
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