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Personal preference in end-of-life decisions as seen by U.S. adults by religion 2013

Views of U.S. adults on personal end-of-life decisions in 2013, by religion

by Statista Research Department, last edited Nov 21, 2013
Personal preference in end-of-life decisions as seen by U.S. adults by religion 2013 This statistic displays the personal preference of U.S. adults in what to tell their doctors if they had a disease with no hopes of improvement and were suffering great deals of pain, by religion, in 2013. During this year, 61 percent of unaffiliated adults would tell the doctor to stop treatment so they could die. In the last 15 years, the percentage of people saying that medical professionals should do everything possible to save a patients life has increased.
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Views of U.S. adults on personal end-of-life decisions in 2013, by religion

Stop treatment so they could dieDo everything possible to save their livesDepends (vol.)/don't know
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Stop treatment so they could dieDo everything possible to save their livesDepends (vol.)/don't know
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Nov 21, 2013
This statistic displays the personal preference of U.S. adults in what to tell their doctors if they had a disease with no hopes of improvement and were suffering great deals of pain, by religion, in 2013. During this year, 61 percent of unaffiliated adults would tell the doctor to stop treatment so they could die. In the last 15 years, the percentage of people saying that medical professionals should do everything possible to save a patients life has increased.
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