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Configural frequency analysis as a method of determining patients' preferred decision-making roles in dialysis

By Sabine Loeffert, Oliver Ommen, Christine Kuch, Fueloep Scheibler, Andrej Woehrmann, Conrad Baldamus and Holger Pfaff
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