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More Individuals Discussing End-of-Life Wishes with Loved Ones

April 17, 2015

(Eurekalert) – Discussing end-of-life wishes with loved ones can be difficult, but new research from the University of Missouri shows more individuals are engaging in advance care planning. Advance care planning includes discussing end-of-life care preferences, providing written end-of-life care instructions and appointing a durable power of attorney for health care.

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