will highlight the problem of anti-addiction drug policies that inappropriately target the medical use of opioids to control pain and other symptoms. In considering education and research, Chapters 8 and 9 reinforce the theme of inattention to the needs of dying patients, with the latter chapter also revisiting some methodological issues in assessing those needs.



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