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What Will Happen To My Care If I Reject "Life-Sustaining" Treatments?

If you choose to reject "life­sustaining treatments," your health care provider will be required to respect your wishes and follow your specific instructions or those of your proxy. You will continue to receive all other medical and nursing care, including medication for the relief of pain and discomfort.

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