What Are Terminally Ill Cancer Patients Told About Their Expected Deaths? A Study of Cancer Physicians' Self-Reports of Prognosis Disclosure
Daugherty, Christopher K
Hlubocky, Fay J
Journal of Clinical Oncology 2008 December 20; 26(36): 5988-5993
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