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Following bereavement, poor health is more likely in carers who perceived that their support from health services was insufficient or whose family member did not die in the carer’s preferred place of death: commentary on: McNamara B, Rosenwax L. Which carers of family members at the end of life need more support from health services and why? Social Science and Medicine 2010, 70: 1035-1041

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title = "Following bereavement, poor health is more likely in carers who perceived that their support from health services was insufficient or whose family member did not die in the carer{\textquoteright}s preferred place of death: commentary on: McNamara B, Rosenwax L. Which carers of family members at the end of life need more support from health services and why? Social Science and Medicine 2010, 70: 1035-1041",
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