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Title: How bucket lists help the terminally ill – and those around them
Author(s): Duncan, Edward
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Issue Date: 15-Dec-2016
Publisher: The Conversation Trust
Citation: Duncan E (2016) How bucket lists help the terminally ill – and those around them, The Conversation, 15.12.2016.
Abstract: First paragraph: Buckets lists – inventories of things to do before you die – are often developed by people who know they have little time left. It seems like a good idea. But are they really beneficial, or can they cause harm? And is it really useful to generate lists that may – either due to expense or illness – be perceived as unrealistic?  Access this article on The Conversation website:
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Affiliation: NMAHP Research

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