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February 12 2007 Senior Issues Newsletter

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When a loved one's heart stops beating, CPR is not always the kindest choice.

"I have found over the years that families occasionally choose a more aggressive course of treatment to take care of their own emotions rather than doing what is in the best interest of the patient." -- Hank Dunn

This week we celebrate Valentine's Day with our loved ones. Why not give those dear to you a real gift this year, and tell them what you would and wouldn't want done in the event of a health crisis? I have worked with many families trying to figure out what Mom or Dad would have wanted in the absence of clear directions, and the burden pain, guilt, and anxiety will stay with these people forever. Have a heart--don't leave your family in this position.

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