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Are living wills the answer?

By Drake Bennett
April 3, 2005

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WHETHER THEY THINK her life was unduly prolonged or cruelly curtailed, one thing most people can agree on in the wake of Terri Schiavo's death is the importance of a living will: a document, also known as an ''advance directive,'' making clear the sort of care a person does and does not want should they find themselves unable to communicate ... (Full article: 855 words)

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