Living Wills Helpful at End of Life

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A living will or advance directive makes your wishes known about the health care you do or do not want at the end of life. FOX 4 Medical Reporter Meryl Lin McKean says new research finds having one makes a difference in several ways including the cost of care.

For a Caring Conversations workbook which includes an advance directive, contact the Center for Practical Bioethics at 816-221-1100 or visit the website or email

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