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ISBN: 
978-1-935864-64-6

What do we know about the psychosocial needs of young adults with cancer? Are they different from those of other cancer survivors? The answers to these two questions are simply "A little" and "Yes, a lot," respectively. Young adults have traditionally fallen between the two worlds of pediatric...

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Carlton G. Brown
ISBN: 
9781935864530

A Guide to Oncology Symptom Management (second edition) is a comprehensive, evidence-based resource to lead oncology nursing practice, education, and research. Each...

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Michele E. Gaguski
Susan D. Bruce
ISBN: 
9781935864288

Cancer Pain Management Scenarios presents 11 scenarios of patients dealing with  varying levels of cancer-related pain. Each scenario presents you with a case study  and a series of questions and answers that will help lead you to a better understanding of how to manage pain....

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Karyl D. Blaseg
Penny Daugherty
Kathleen A. Gamblin
ISBN: 
978-1-935864-35-6

Stay on the cutting edge with ONS's first book focusing on oncology nurses as navigators. Oncology Nurse Navigation provides an in-depth review of the emerging specialty of oncology nursing navigation. 

From the development of...

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Catherine M. Handy
Denise O'Dea
ISBN: 
978-1-935864-18-9

Cancers of the liver and pancreas remain challenging problems in oncology, with the five-year survival rates still dire for both types of cancer – 14%, overall, for all forms of liver cancer, according to a report from the American Cancer Society in 2012. The latest book in the Site-Specific...

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Anecita P. Fadol
ISBN: 
978-1-935864-24-0
Cardiac Complications of Cancer Therapy provides you with the essentials of clinical management of the most common cardiac complications of cancer therapy. While you can find a multitude of literature...
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Mary Magee Gullatte
ISBN: 
978-1-890504-99-1
With healthcare reform legislation and a diverse set of challenges presenting themselves each day, nursing management has never been more complicated. Nursing leaders need resources and tools to support the constantly shifting demands in healthcare management and, ultimately, patient care....
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Lois Almadrones-Cassidy
ISBN: 
978-1-890504-86-1

Gynecologic Cancers provides an overview of the current evidenced-based information on the major types of gynecologic cancers, causes, screening and preventive strategies, as well as the current surgical, chemotherapy, and radiation treatments used to treat all stages of the cancers....

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Valerie J. Kogut
Sandra L. Luthringer
ISBN: 
978-1-890504-54-0
Unlike other books on nutritional oncology that focus on the nutritional needs of patients during the various forms of treatment for cancer, Nutritional Issues in Cancer Care is designed to provide you with site-specific information regarding the...
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Marilyn L. Haas
Deborah L. McBride
ISBN: 
978-1-935864-03-5
Oral cancers can be devastating, and toxicities from oncology treatments can compound existing conditions and lead to poor oral health. The first oncology textbook to guide clinicians through the management of oral health problems, Managing the Oral Effects of Cancer Treatment...
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