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Opinions of patients with cancer on the relative importance of place of death in the context of a ‘good death’
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    Opinions of patients with cancer on the relative importance of place of death in the context of a 'good death'

    Re: Opinions of the patients with cancer on the relative importance of place of death in the context of 'good death'. By: Melaine Waghorn, Holly Young and Andrew Davies: BMJ Support Palliative Care 2011:1 310-314

    I am grateful for the opportunity to respond to Waghorn et al, 2011 study on opinion of patient with cancer on the relative importance of place of death. Having looked at the four highlighted domains ass...

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