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Advance Directive 

This document, also known as a “living will,” allows you to state what you want in the event of certain health or emergency situations. It allows you to state, for example, what medical interventions are desired in the case of terminal illness or a permanent vegetative state, with no reasonable expectation of your recovery. For example, in that situation, you might state that you wish to die a natural death and not have your life artificially prolonged (and/or state any other type of care you desire).