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Family Physicians' Involvement With Dying Patients and Their Families

Attitudes, Difficulties, and Strategies

Dov Steinmetz, MD; Michelle Walsh, PhD, RN; Lawrence L. Gabel, PhD; P. Tennyson Williams, MD

Arch Fam Med. 1993;2(7):753-760.

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