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National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD. Provides a multidisciplinary dialogue about clinician-patient communication. Offers a description of the relevance of culture as a contextual effect impacting the clinician-patient relationship. Discusses cancer and aging, children and cancer, cross-cultural aspects of cancer care, and more.
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(Robert Ian) "Bob" Moore (born 8 May 1941), most commonly known as R. I. Moore, is a Northern Irish Professor Emeritus of History at Newcastle University.
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