Response to: Communication and Well-Being Considerations in Disorders of Consciousness

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Original article by Provencio JJ, et al.: The Curing Coma Campaign: Framing Initial Scientific Challenges-Proceedings of the First Curing Coma Campaign Scientific Advisory Council Meeting. Neurocrit Care. 2020;33(1):1-12

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Provencio, J.J., Hemphill, J.C. Response to: Communication and Well-Being Considerations in Disorders of Consciousness. Neurocrit Care (2021).

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