Study: Many Seniors Need Help in End-of-Life Decisions
More than one-in-four elderly individuals likely will require end-of-life medical care decisions to be made for them, according to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Advocates say the study highlights the need for advance directives, or living wills. AP/Baltimore Sun.
- "More Than 1 in 4 Elderly Need End-of-Life Care Decisions, Showing Value of Living Wills" (Nano, AP/Baltimore Sun, 4/1).