Academy Musings

Cleary, James
August 2004
Journal of Palliative Medicine;Aug2004, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p508
Academic Journal
Deals with various issues on palliative care. Concerns raised over an article on palliative and hospice care which was published in the March 10, 2004 issue of "Wall Street Journal"; Clarification on the practice of hospice care and palliative care; Suggestion to professionals practicing palliative medicine in hospice and hospital based programs.


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