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When someone you care for is dying / Norma Upson and Ann [sic] Potter
Bib ID 317992
Format BookBook
Author
Upson, Norma
 
Edition Australian ed. 
Description Carlton, Vic. : McCulloch Publishing, 1990 
167 p. : forms ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 0949646431
Series

McCulloch positive health guide.

Notes

First published as: When someone you love is dying /Norma S. Upson. New York, N.Y. : Simon & Schuster, 1986.

Bibliography: p. [160]-167.

Subjects Terminal care.  |  Terminal care.
Other authors/contributors Potter, Anne  |  Upson, Norma. When someone you love is dying

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