Breast Cancer Nursing
Nelson Thornes, 2002 - Medical - 245 pages
This is the first book from the UK to take a multidisciplinary approach to care, from screening to rehabilitation. Clinical nurse specialists in breast cancer care, qualified nurses in hospital and general practice and their students will all benefit from this concise text. Physiotherapists, dieticians and counsellors will find all they need to know in this comprehensive overview.
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