Article: "My Father Didn’t Want to Live if He Had Dementia. But Then He Had It." (New York Times) - Sandeep Jauhar
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Article: “My Father Didn’t Want to Live if He Had Dementia. But Then He Had It.” (New York Times)

Article: “My Father Didn’t Want to Live if He Had Dementia. But Then He Had It.” (New York Times)

“Two years ago, when my father was dying of dementia, my siblings and I faced a terrible dilemma: Whose wishes for his medical treatment were we to honor? Those of my father back when he was a healthy, highly functioning geneticist? Or those of the simpler, weakened man my father had become?

It was a predicament that has led me to rethink my views on advance directives for end-of-life care…”