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    "He Got His Last Wishes": Ways of Knowing a Loved One's End-of-Life Preferences and Whether Those Preferences Were Honored.A. R. Wittich, B. R. Williams, F. A. Bailey, L. L. Woodby & K. L. Burgio - 2013 - Journal of Clinical Ethics 24 (2):113-124.
    As a patient approaches death, family members often are asked about their loved one’s preferences regarding treatment at the end of life. Advance care directives may provide information for families and surrogate decision makers; however, less than one-third of Americans have completed such documents. As the U.S. population continues to age, many surrogate decision makers likely will rely on other means to discern or interpret a loved one’s preferences. While many surrogates indicate that they have some knowledge of their loved (...)
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    Research and Economic Growth—What Should We Expect?B. R. Williams - 1964 - Minerva 3 (1):57-71.
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    Variations in Orientation of Etch Pits on Graphite Surfaces.J. M. Thomas, E. E. Glenda Hughes & B. R. Williams - 1963 - Philosophical Magazine 8 (93):1513-1518.
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    Government Scientific Policy and the Growth of the British Economy.C. F. Carter & B. R. Williams - 1964 - Minerva 3 (1):114-125.
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