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Impact Of Timing And Setting Of Palliative Care Referral On Quality Of End‐of‐life Care In Cancer Patients
D. Hui, Sun Hyun Kim, J. Roquemore, R. Dev, G. Chisholm, E. Bruera
Published 2014 · Medicine
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Limited data are available on how the timing and setting of palliative care (PC) referral can affect end‐of‐life care. In this retrospective cohort study, the authors examined how the timing and setting of PC referral were associated with the quality of end‐of‐life care.
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