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Maurene McQuestion
Lorraine Drapek
Mary Ellyn Witt
ISBN: 
9781635930436

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,...

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9781635930498

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...

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Connie Henke Yarbro
ISBN: 
978-1-63593-053-5

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...

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Kim Schmit-Pokorny
Seth Eisenberg
ISBN: 
9781635930405
The science of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation has changed significantly since its development in the 1950s. The number of transplantations performed to treat hematologic cancers has steadily increased over the decades. Stem cell transplantation remains a complex process involving...
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The Caregiver's Companion
Patient Resources
ISBN: 
9781635930382

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...

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Mary Magee Gullatte
Rowena Schwartz
Renee Spinks
Deborah Kirk Walker
ISBN: 
9781635930368

The landscape of cancer treatment is continually changing, with an increasing number of antineoplastic agents available. Beyond...

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Deborah M. Christensen
Cynthia Cantril
ISBN: 
9781635930344

The second edition of Oncology Nurse Navigation: Delivering Patient-Centered Care Across...

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Pamela J. Haylock
Carol P. Curtiss
ISBN: 
9781635930306

Cancer survivorship has become an increasingly important issue in the world of oncology care, as more people are living longer after a diagnosis than ever before. The American Cancer Society estimates that the number of cancer survivors in the United States will increase by more than four...

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ISBN: 
9781635930320

The 21st century has seen unprecedented innovations in oncology, leading to improved cancer prevention and control, symptom management, and patient outcomes. Oncology nursing practice must continually evolve to meet the challenges and opportunities that these advances present for people at risk...

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Judith K. Payne
Kathleen Murphy-Ende
ISBN: 
9781635930221

As the healthcare field constantly advances, so does the specialty of oncology—at an ever-increasing pace. Often at the front line of patient care, nursing professionals must be aware of the latest developments to provide the highest-quality care possible. The role of the oncology nurse goes...

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