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March 15, 2006
The Will To Live Project
Topics: Action Items
Protects your own life and the lives of your family members when you cannot speak for yourselves:
- Names someone you trust to safeguard your life when you cannot speak for yourself as your "health care agent"
- Names backup agents if your first choice can't serve
- Describes the treatment you do and do not want to guide your health care agent and physicians
- Protects your family and health care agent from pressure from health care providers and others by allowing them to prove what you really did want
- Relieves the agony of decision making for them by making your wishes clear
(Source National Right To Life
The following Links can provide you with the information you need, and any questions you might have regarding Advanced Directives.
National Right to Life Committee
Will Your Advance Directive Be Followed?
International Task Force on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide
Most States Don't Require Docotors to Honor Advanced Directives That Direct Food, Fluids, Treatment
The laws of all but ten states may allow doctors and hospitals to disregard advance directives when they call for treatment, food, or fluids, according to a report issued by the NRLC Robert Powell Center for Medical Ethics April 15, 2005.
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Posted by tim at March 15, 2006 5:28 PM
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