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Oncologists and family physicians. Using a standardized letter to improve communication.

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Oncologists and family physicians. Using a standardized letter to improve communication.

Canadian family physician Medecin de famille canadien , Volume 49: -875 – Oct 21, 2003

Oncologists and family physicians. Using a standardized letter to improve communication.


Abstract

Communication between oncologists at a regional cancer centre and family physicians caring for palliative cancer patients in the community was ineffective.

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ISSN
0008-350X
pmid
12901484

Abstract

Communication between oncologists at a regional cancer centre and family physicians caring for palliative cancer patients in the community was ineffective.

Journal

Canadian family physician Medecin de famille canadienPubmed

Published: Oct 21, 2003

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