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No one plans to become incapacitated so they can't make their own medical decisions
but accidents do happen which makes a living will a necessity. A living will lets you express your wishes for end-of-life medical care when you cannot. Lives change and with medical advances, your living will should be updated accordingly.

Living wills can be created at any time in your life, usually when you are healthy and have a sound mind. Over time your opinions about healthcare and your life may change. Your views about end-of-life interventions and technologies may also evolve. Your beliefs and viewpoints may change as you get older so take some time now to review your living will and make sure what you want and don't want is spelled out.
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