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4. Revoking or Canceling a Living Will

A living will can be canceled or revoked at any time. The revocation is effective when you (or someone else who witnessed your revocation) communicate it to your attending physician or healthcare provider. You can also cancel your living will by destroying it or by indicating, in writing, that it has been cancelled, or by creating a new living will including a statement revoking all prior living wills.

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