Pain Management: Theological and Ethical Principles Governing the Use of Pain Relief for Dying Patients
HEALTH PROGRESS 1993 January-February; 74(1): 30-39, 65
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Pain Management: Theological and Ethical Principles Governing the Use of Pain Relief for Dying Patients Unknown author (Catholic Health Association of the United States. Task Force on Pain Management, 1993-01)
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