Do I Have The Right To Make Health Care Decisions?

Yes. Adult patients in Connecticut have the right to determine what, if any, medical treatment they will receive. As a capable adult, you may agree to treatment that may help you or you may refuse treatment even if the treatment might keep you alive longer.

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