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[Summarizing extant research and drawing on new unpublished and printed material as well, this chapter outlines the renaissance of palliative medicine and terminal care after World War II. Responding to the particular needs of dying patients (and their families), which authors like Elisabeth...
[The conclusion of this book summarizes the major long-term developments that have been described in greater detail in the preceding chapters. It concludes that the history of palliative care must not been understood as a linear development towards an ever greater appreciation of the physicial,...
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