If you are unable to make and communicate your decision concerning your medical care and you do not have a living will, your physician can consult with other persons to determine what your wishes are regarding the withholding or withdrawal of life support. A durable power of attorney can be made so that your named agent can act on your behalf in the event you become incapacitated.
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