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Surrogates' Predictions of Seriously Ill Patients' Resuscitation Preferences

Peter M. Layde, MD, MSc; Craig A. Beam, PhD; Steven K. Broste, MS; Alfred F. Connors, Jr, MD; Norman Desbiens, MD; Joanne Lynn, MD, MA; Russell S. Phillips, MD; Douglas Reding, MD; Joan Teno, MD, MS; Humberto Vidaillet, MD; Neil Wenger, MD

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