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Contributions of medicine and nursing to the dying patient and his family - an observation based on 40-year-clinical experience. A special lecture at the 2nd Research Meeting on Terminal Care



Contributions of medicine and nursing to the dying patient and his family - an observation based on 40-year-clinical experience. A special lecture at the 2nd Research Meeting on Terminal Care



Kangogaku Zasshi 43(4): 388-400




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