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Confusion on End-of-Life Forms Can Cause Elderly Patients to Receive More Emergency Care Than They May Have Wanted

While the goal of filling out end-of-life forms is to let providers know patients' preferences regarding life-sustaining treatments, the information they contain is often ambiguous, a new University at Buffalo study has found.
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