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January 2001
Palliative Medicine;Jan2001, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p79
Academic Journal
Presents abstracts on Palliative Medicine. Primary care services received during terminal illness; Pathophysiology and treatment of cancer anemia; Problems encountered by patients receiving end-of-life care.


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