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Pautex, Sophie; Notaridis, Grigorios; D?ram?, Laurence; Zulian, Gilbert B (2010-04)Efforts to improve the quality of end-of-life decision-making have emphasized the principle of individual autonomy to better ensure that patients receive care consistent with their preferences. Advance directives (ADs) can ...