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  1. To the answers of Votislav and Maxim about the quality of life, I will add that the life expectancy as a result of treatment is also usually increased. That is, the goal is not so much to “die healthy” as to live longer and better.

  2. It seems to me that “dying healthy” is quite a normal alternative to painfully dying from some chronic crap for twenty years, when life does not give any pleasure and there is no energy for any active actions.

  3. I really like to be treated, sometimes even too much, unfortunately I can't help myself.Where this is from is not clear, neither my parents run to the doctors nor the children were not passed on this as I think a pernicious passion.

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