• Once considered a fatal diagnosis with few treatments, multiple myeloma has become a treatable chronic malignancy in recent decades through the development of novel agents and treatment with hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. These treatments have significantly improved outcomes and survival...
  • The second volume of Reflections on COVID-19 and Cancer Care: Stories by Oncology Nurses continues sharing the unique and personal stories of nurses and what they have experienced during the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. You will read stories from nurses living in diverse communities and working in...
  • Caring for an individual receiving radiation therapy as part of overall cancer care requires a patient-focused approach. To support this patient population, nurses across treatment settings must constantly expand and refine their knowledge of advancements in radiation therapy technology, research,...
  • 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...
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