"File of Life" fridge magnet keeps advance-care plan close

The Emergency Medical Services Oversight Authority in Lincoln, Neb., created a do-not-resuscitate form that, once completed, can hang on a refrigerator for easy access. Pam Randall of St. Elizabeth Regional Medical Center said the form fits into a magnetized "File of Life" folder available at fire stations and senior centers in Lincoln.

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