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A get-well card is a greeting card which is sent to someone when they are ill. Their use in the case of chronic illness is problematic because the patient may not be expected to recover but they may still offer comfort to the invalid.
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- Ernest Dudley Chase (1956), "Sunshine for the Shut-In and Get-Well cards for the Ill", The romance of greeting cards, pp. 148–152
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