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Difficult Decisions in Cancer Care – Conducting an Ethics Case Analysis


completely defeated me and I felt that my mother had been cheated of a dignified passing. She also knew she was powerless and just an old ‘bed occupier’ and when that became obvious, I’m sure she said


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