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In her research, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross found that death
In her research, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross found that death is an orderly transition involving 5 stages.
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In her research, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross found that death is an orderly transition involving 5 stages.
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