You may revoke your Living Will by communicating this
desire to your doctor. You may use any means
available to communicate your intent to revoke. Your
mental or physical condition is not considered, so
you do not need to be of sound mind. Someone acting
on your behalf may also tell your doctor that you
want to revoke your Living Will.
Revocation is effective only after your doctor has been
notified. Destroying the original and all
copies of your Living Will may revoke your Living
Will as a practical matter. However, if you have
discussed this issue with your doctor, be sure to
tell your doctor that you have revoked your Living
Will. If you sign a new Living Will, be sure to
revoke all prior Living Wills that may be
inconsistent with your new Living Will.