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Who Should I Tell About My Advance Directive?

Tell your family members, doctors, and others close to you what you have decided. You should talk to the agent(s) you have chosen to make sure that they understand your wishes and are willing to carry them out. Give a copy of this form to your doctor, to any other health care providers you have, to any place where you get health care, and to any agents you have chosen in Part 1. Please be sure to list on the front page, the people who have copies.

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