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Quality of life

The issues of life support, nutritional and hydration devices as well as respiratory assistance are difficult, yet important topics for people with ALS to discuss with their families.

The personal choices of people with ALS must be taken into consideration first. Physicians and nurses are available to discuss the various options people with ALS have.

Information about "advance directives," such as living wills and durable power of attorney for health care can also be provided.

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