Why You Should Make End-of-Life Decisions Before You Need To

Do you want to live your last days on someone else’s terms or your own?


The sophisticated medical techniques and technologies available today for individuals with heart disease provide physicians with multiple lifesaving and life-prolonging options. But eventually, all of us die. That’s why it’s smart to settle on the extent of medical care we want if recovery from an illness is not possible, and who we want making medical decisions for us, should we become incapable of doing so.

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