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Published in Primary Care

Journal Scan / Research · January 19, 2017

Treatment Targeted at Underlying Disease Does Not Improve Survival in Terminally Ill Patients

BMJ Open


Additional Info

BMJ Open
Treatment Targeted at Underlying Disease Versus Palliative Care in Terminally Ill Patients: A Systematic Review
BMJ Open 2017 Jan 06;7(1)e014661, T Reljic, A Kumar, FA Klocksieben, B Djulbegovic

From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

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