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Assessment of Surrogates' Knowledge of Patients' Treatment Goals and Confidence in Their Ability to Make Surrogate Treatment Decisions



Assessment of Surrogates' Knowledge of Patients' Treatment Goals and Confidence in Their Ability to Make Surrogate Treatment Decisions



JAMA Internal Medicine 179(2): 267-268




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PMID: 30477019

DOI: 10.1001/jamainternmed.2018.5299


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