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Tag Archives: Neurology in palliative care
Professor David Oliver, University of Kent, UK, and EAPC board member, describes two major developments to enhance awareness of palliative care for neurological patients. The publication of the consensus document on palliative care earlier this year 1 has led to … Continue reading