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Lung Cancer: A Multidisciplinary Approach | Paperback

by Alison Leary (Editor)


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Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  Wiley-Blackwell
Edition:  1st Edition
Page Count:  222 Pages
Publication Date:  March 12, 2012
Sales Rank:  4718841st



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Lung Cancer: A Multidisciplinary Approach provides clinicians with a comprehensive text that can be used when caring for patients with lung cancer throughout the entire patient journey. This edited collection explores the aetiology of lung cancer; mesothelioma; the range of available treatments, including chemotherapy and radiotherapy; surgical care; supportive and end-of-life care; quality-of-life issues; and the role of the nurse within the multidisciplinary team. A comprehensive, evidence-based guide to lung cancer Illustrative case studies used throughout Contributions from respected healthcare professionals in the field Interprofessional in focus Lung Cancer: A Multidisciplinary Approach is an essential resource for all nurses and healthcare professionals working with cancer patients.

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