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The Role of Palliative Medicine in Cancer Patient Care

  • William M. Mitchell
  • Charles F. von Gunten
Part of the Cancer Treatment and Research book series (CTAR, volume 140)

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Palliative Care Cancer Care Hospice Care Palliative Medicine Palliative Care Team 
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  • William M. Mitchell
  • Charles F. von Gunten

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