Media Watch 518: In this issue....

Media Watch 518:  In this issue....
  • Scary cancer statistic is not personal
  • The beliefs of some, paid for by all.
  • Doctors who conscientiously object to providing euthanasia referrals should not be forced to do so.
  • The effect of weekly specialist palliative care teleconsultations in patients with advanced cancer: A randomized clinical trial
  • and more.....

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Media Watch by Barry Ashpole

Media Watch by Barry Ashpole

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