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John Tingle
British Journal of Nursing, Vol. 21, Iss. 14, 26 Jul 2012, pp 878 - 879

It is a fundamental prerequisite for the good, just and fair operation of any healthcare service that patients nearing the end of their life receive the same level of good quality care as those whose lives will be much longer. Good quality and safe health care should be available to all patients at all stages of their illness.

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