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Unmet Needs of Patients with Cancer (Houts, P.S., Yasko, J.M., Harvey, H.A., et al. Unmet needs of persons with cancer in Pennsylvania during the period of terminal care. Cancer, 62:627–634, 1988).

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New York Satisfaction of Hospice Survey (Hannan, E.L., O'Donnell, J.F. An evaluation of hospices in the New York State hospice demonstration program. Inquiry, 21:338–348, 1984).

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SUPPORT Surrogate Afterdeath Report on Dying (Baker, R., Teno, J.M., Wu, A., et al. Family satisfaction with end of life care. Manuscript in preparation. 1996).

Cancer Patient Satisfaction with Care (Wiggers, J.H., Donovan, K.O., Redman, S., and Sanson-Fisher, R.W. Cancer patient satisfaction with care. Cancer, 1:610–616, 1990).

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