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Yes. Everyone responsible for your care must respect the wishes that you have stated in your advance directive. However, if your doctor, nurse or other professional has a sincere objection to respecting your wishes to refuse lifesustaining treatment, he or she may have your care transferred to another professional who will carry them out.
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