Attitudes Toward Disease and Prognosis Disclosure and Decision Making for Terminally Ill Patients in Japan, Based on a Nationwide Random Sampling Survey of the General Population and Medical Practitioners
Palliative and Supportive Care 2006 December; 4(4): 389-398
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