Learning about End of Life

Concerning the end of life, Dr. Ana Viamonte-Ros, Medical Director, Palliative Care and Bioethics at Baptist Health South Florida, says the important thing is finding someone that you can be honest with, that you trust implicitly, that you know will honor your wishes.

"It's not necessarily the person closest to you, because that person might not necessarily be able to honor your wishes, because they're too emotionally invested," she points out. She explains the conversation could be positive to talk about your own wishes and your own desires.

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