Will I Receive Medication For Pain If I Have A Living Will?

Yes. A living will does not affect the provision of pain medication or care designed solely to maintain your physical comfort (for example, care designed to maintain your circulation or health of your skin and muscles). This type of care will be provided whenever appropriate.

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