The Washington Post
Wed November 16, 2011
WASHINGTON – Most people don’t want to think about death, much less plan for it – especially when they feel healthy and young in their middle-age years.
And that, some baby boomers say, is one of the big reasons so few of them have end-of-life legal documents such as a living will.
An Associated Press-LifeGoesStrong.com poll found that 64 percent of boomers – those born between 1946 and 1964 – say they don’t have a health care proxy or living will. Those documents would guide medical decisions should a patient be unable to communicate with doctors.
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