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  1. If the question is closer to a philosophical one, then, in my opinion, it is necessary. You have to prepare for death – after all, it's an exceptional event that only happens once in a lifetime. Someone needs to say goodbye to their neighbors, someone needs to put their soul in order, someone needs to fulfill a long-standing dream … �

    I'm not talking about purely practical things. It is irresponsible and cruel to leave debts, property disorder, and so on to the heirs. They're not going to have the most fun days as it is.�

    I would prefer to be told everything at once-prognosis, prospects, treatment options.

  2. If the patient requests this, the doctor must provide all available information about the patient's health status. There is a certain article in the law “On Public Health protection”.

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