Most adults who die in Wis. town have advanced directive

11/17/2009 | National Public Radio (text and audio)

The Respecting Choices program in LaCrosse, Wis., offers hospital patients the chance to create an advanced directive for end-of-life care with the help of a specially trained nurse, even if they are not terminally ill. Some 96% of adults who die in the city have an advanced directive as a result of the initiative.

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