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Accuracy of prognosis prediction by PPI in hospice inpatients with cancer: a multi-centre prospective study
Improving care for patients whose recovery is uncertain. The AMBER care bundle: design and implementation
Improving care and support for people with progressive illness in primary care
Quality indicators for palliative and end of life care: a review of Swedish policy documents
Patient and family involvement in decision making for management of cancer patients at a centre in Singapore
Palliative care in cardiopulmonary transplantation
The networks of care surrounding cancer palliative care patients
Policy for home or hospice as the preferred place of death from cancer: Scottish Health and Ethnicity Linkage Study population cohort shows challenges across all ethnic groups in Scotland
‘Cancer's a Funny Thing’ by J.B.S. Haldane (1892-1964)