Since medical technology is constantly changing, and since there may be changes in your outlook, it would be wise to review an advance directive once a year. Upon review, you can decide to keep the document, write a new one, or have no advance directive at all. If you decide to keep the advance directive, you can put your initials and the date on the bottom.
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