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References

1. BMJ 2015

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5. Ariadne Labs is an American non-profit organisation lead by Atul Gawande (author of Being Mortal). https://www.ariadnelabs.org/areas-of-work/serious-illness-care/ 

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Last updated: 25th November 2021