Is Economic Hardship on the Families of the Seriously Ill Associated With Patient and Surrogate Care Preferences?
Covinsky, Kenneth E.
Connors, Alfred F.
Phillips, Russell S.
Archives of Internal Medicine 1996 August 12/26; 156(15): 1737-1741
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