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This is a Dean's Forum Grand Rounds entitle "On Dying WEll: Some of the Rights and Duties." Briefly, a Dean's Forum is defined by Dean Krevans is to examine the issues which influenced a proper clinical management of patients-- particularly, those issues wherein physicians perceptions of the nature of the illness has an effect. Harrison Sadler is master of ceremonies. Speakers include Cicely Saunders, Charles Becker, Michael Freedman, and William Lamers.
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University of California, San Francisco Medical education--California--San Francisco University of California, San Francisco. Medical Center University of California, San Francisco. School of Medicine University of California, San Francisco Medical Center Krevans, Julius, 1924-
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