A Matter of Life and Death: Informed Advance Health Care Directives
Explains the varieties of advance health care directives (such as "living wills") and medical and financial Powers of Attorney, questions to ask, and concerns to explore so your wishes are carried out for end-of-life care. Catholic Church's position included.
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The Churchs Stance on Direct and Indirect Euthanasia
Other information to have available
Typical Categories of Potential Care on Advance Health Care
Other Problems with Living Wills
Health Insurance Considerations
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