The Challenges of End-of-Life Planning for Terminally Ill Children

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Rene says she is seeking a do-not-resuscitate directive for her terminally ill, 14-year-old son, Alex. However, the state refuses to honor her request. Attorney and child advocate Areva Martin weighs in on the legal complications parents can encounter when planning for end-of-life care for their children. Click here to hear more of the discussion and a special update that happened after this show initially aired.