Motor Neurone Disease
The multidisciplinary team involved in providing care for a person with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) and their family can be large and at present, there are no books available to help the healthcare professional gain an understanding of the person with MND, or suggest ways in which she can address their ever growing care needs.
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The Multidisciplinary Approach
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