A Practical Guide to Rehabilitation Oncology, Part 1
A detailed coverage of the various forms of rehabilitation that are now practised by medical professionals and which are available to cancer patients. Included in the topics covered are the importance of diagnosis, counselling, cancer of visible areas of the body and care of the dying.
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The theory and practice of rehabilitation oncology
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