A slightly late response...
I'm curious as to why you would think about it though. Not that you aren't wise to consider the possibility, but it is my experience that most people under the age of 35 or so don't think much about end of life issues for themselves unless they, or someone close to them, have a terminal or possible fatal illness.
There you have it. I mentioned what I did above, then realized that I'd neglected to mention that, as a little kid, I wasn't certain I'd live into my teens due to medical issues; I never expected to live into my 30s, but here I am.
I tend not to talk about that very much, but it definitely influences me, and it's made me think a lot about death and in what conditions I'd want to continue existing. Saying "It was something I started considering in my teens" in my previous post is inaccurate; it started a lot earlier. But I don't think I want to weigh in on this case, because it's so controversial and uncertain.
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