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July-December 2004
Volume 10 | Issue 2
Page Nos. 48-80
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Factors related to staff stress in HIV/AIDS related palliative care p. 48
Prabha S Chandra, KR Jairam, Anila Jacob
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Introduction of palliative care into undergraduate medical and nursing education in India: A critical evaluation p. 55
Yamuna Velayudhan, Mary Ollapally, Vasudeva Upadhyaya, Shoba Nair, Meena Aldo
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Make me an instrument of Thy peace p. 61
Usha Jesudason
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Communication in medical practice p. 62
Anna Tharyan
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Should a patient with a life threatening illness be informed of the diagnosis? A survey of physicians and medical students in Calicut p. 64
Divya Purakkal, Dhanyasree Pulassery, Sandhya Ravindran
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Factors involved in difficult-to-manage pain p. 67
Robert Twycross
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The role of non government organizations in cancer control programmes in developing countries p. 79
Divya Parashar
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Pain and palliative care in the developing world and marginalized populations: A global challenge p. 80
Roger Woodruff
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Cancer in Developing Countries: The great challenge for oncology in the 21st century p. 80
G Kilara
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