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Insights into ways complementary therapists could play a useful role in new models of care
Unmet spiritual needs can lead to distress and further aggravate a diagnosis of cancer
This audit provides a snapshot of the issues faced by patients with a rare form of cancer
Ensuring the right concentration of saline could reduce risk of pain during administration
Methods of communication have become less personal and more reliant on technology
The psychological effects of active surveillance and how nurses can support patients
Views of patients and family members about commonly used patient-reported outcome measures
It is critical that healthcare providers meet the informational needs of this population
Nurses and other health professionals are expected to ask patients about sexual orientation
Despite recent attention to pain assessment and management, cancer pain remains a...
Aim This aim of the study was to explore the information and support needs of women with...
Quality of life is crucial to people with pancreatic cancer due to poor survival rates and...