For the Living: Coping, Caring, and Communicating with the Terminally Ill
Golubow (a doctoral student in communications at Rutgers U.) presents, in their original, unedited form, the interviews he conducted. Professionals in oncology, whether doctors, nurses, and social workers, will be the best audience for these personal meditations by their peers on the human factor of
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