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It is necessary to spend additional time with family members. ” Residents and students noticed that even when patients had difficulty visiting the office, the family would still come. Some family members would express their gratitude through letters, calls, or even visiting the clinic after the patient’s death. Occasionally, they came back because they had a need to share experiences and feelings from the patient’s final moments. 1 Receiving news “It is obvious that the relationship depends on the family and patient.

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