• Despite only 10% of cancers being linked to true genetic syndromes, identification of families with hereditary syndromes allows those at increased risk to have more frequent screening and engage in risk-reducing behaviors—ultimately leading to decreased cancer cases and deaths. Patients may express...
  • After a year-long pandemic that has changed all of our lives, ONS has published a free, online collection of stories from oncology nurses detailing their accounts of life during COVID-19. Edited by Connie Henke Yarbro, MS, RN, FAAN , Reflections on COVID-19 and Cancer Care: Stories by Oncology...
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  • The Caregiver's Companion
    As a family caregiver, you know all too well that the role comes with almost no training, little warning, and minimal support from the healthcare team. You may be left feeling overwhelmed, overworked, and in over your head. The caregiver’s world is forever changed when struggling with the “new norm...
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