Chapter 1 examines the fundamentals of cancer biology.
Cancer Basics (Second Edition)
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Since the publication of the first edition, Cancer Basics has provided thousands of nurses and non-nursing professionals working in oncology with a comprehensive yet accessible introduction to the key concepts associated with the care of patients with cancer. This expanded second edition continues the focus on the fundamentals of cancer and its treatment and incorporates current state of the knowledge to better address the specialized content needs of nurses caring for patients with cancer across all settings. Sections explore the biology, genetics, epidemiology, and staging of cancer; treatment options; symptom management; and survivor and caregiver issues.
New to this edition are key points to highlight the essential takeaways from each chapter as well as study questions and answers with the rationale for each, making this text a useful resource for both staff education and certification preparation. Chapters on fatigue and palliative care have also been added, and cardiac and pulmonary toxicity content has been expanded into separate chapters.
Cancer Basics is essential reading for nurses new to oncology and any professional looking to gain foundational knowledge of this complex group of diseases.
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Chapter 2 examines details surrounding the staging and perfoamce status of cancers.
Chapter 3 examines the epidemiology of cancer as well as issues surrounding cancer prevention.
Chapter 4 details issues surrounding genetic risk for developing cancer.
Chapter 5 discusses cancer detection measures.
Chapter 6 details issues surrounding the topic of pharmacogenomics.
Chapter 7 details issues surrounding surgery in patients with cancer.
Chapter 8 details radiation therapy.
Chapter 9 details issues surrounding chemotherapy.
Chapter 10 details the emerging field of precision medicine and targeted therapies.
Chapter 11 explains issues surrounding hormone therapy.
Chapter 12 exmaines issues surrounding clinical trials in patients with cancer.
Chapter 13 details complementary and alternative medicine in patients with cancer.
Chapter 14 details issues surrounding hematopoietic stem cell transplantation in patients with cancer.
Chapter 15 details surrounding alopecia in patients with cancer.
Chapter 16 details issues surrounding cardiotoxicity in patients with cancer.
Chapter 17 details cognitive changes in patients with cancer.
Chapter 18 details dermatologic complications in patients with cancer.
Chapter 19 examines issues surrounding fatigue in patients with cancer.
Chapter 20 examines gastrointestinal issues in patients with cancer.
Chapter 21 examines genitourinary symptoms in patients with cancer.
Chapter 22 explains hematologic issues in patients with cancer.
Chapter 23 details issues surrounding hepatic toxicities.
Chapter 24 details hypersensitivity in patients with cancer.
Chapter 25 examines oncologic emergencies.
Chapter 26 details issues surrounding pain in the patient with cancer.
Chapter 27 details issues surrounding perioheral neuropathy.
Chapter 28 details issues surrounding pulomary toxicities in patients with cancer.
Chapter 29 describes development life stage issues in patients with cancer.
Chapter 30 examines issues of ethics in the patients with cancer.
Chapter 31 details palliative care of the patient with cancer.
Chapter 32 describes psychosocial issues surrounding the patient with cancer.
Chapter 33 examines issues surrounding sexuality and reproduction in the patient with cancer.
Chapter 34 details issues surrounding the care of the patient with cancer.