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Care at the Close of Life
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Part D Other Patient Management Issues > Chapter 20. Caring for the Child With Cancer at the Close of Life: “There Are People Who Make It, and I’m Hoping I’m One of Them” > Perspectives >
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Care at the Close of Life EDUCATION GUIDES
GLOSSARY
Caregiver
A person who provides direct care to a patient (either at home or in health care settings), whether paid or unpaid.

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