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A new survey by the Royal Australasian College of Physicians has revealed only 17% of doctors have knowledge of their patients’ death-related preferences. The findings raise questions about society’s perception of death, why doctors continue to avoid end of life conversations, and whether training for new medical professionals needs to change.

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