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Preferences and attitudes of the Saudi population toward receiving medical bad news: A primary study from Riyadh city

Alrukban Mohammed O., Albadr Badr O., Almansour Mohammed, Sami Waqas, Alshuil Mussab, Aldebaib Abulrahman, Algannam Tamim, Alhafaf Faisal, Almohanna Abdulaziz, Alfifi Tariq, Alshehri Abdullah, Alshahrani Muhannad

Year : 2014| Volume: 21| Issue : 2 | Page no: 85-92

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