Race Does Not Influence Do-Not-Resuscitate Status or the Number or Timing of End-of-Life Care Discussions at a Pediatric Oncology Referral Center
Baker, Justin N.
Kane, Javier R.
Zawistowski, Christine A.
Burghen, Elizabeth A.
Gattuso, Jami S.
Hinds, Pamela S.
Journal of Palliative Medicine 2009 January; 12(1): 71-76
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