Supportive Care in Radiotherapy

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Churchill Livingstone, 2003 - Medical - 400 pages
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This book looks at the often debilitating consequences for individuals undergoing radiation therapy and the associated problems for health care professionals that provide clinical and supportive care. Coverage includes physical aspects of treatment in terms of toxicity, issues related to assessment and clinical management, the organizational context of care, multi-professional issues, quality assurance, and the impact of treatment from a physical and psychosocial perspective. Also features critical reviews of current research findings and identifies future directions for clinical research and development.

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The founders of Rick White's Seminars bring a wealth of monohull and multihull sailing experience to their teaching to their books. This is Rick White's fourth book on sailboat racing and the third which he and wife Mary Wells have produced as a team.

Both Rick and Mary have sailed a wide range of boats, from prams to Corsair trimarans, from Lasers and Sunfish to PHRF boats.

Since 1989 they have been travelling around the country putting on race-training seminars for small boats. They are now in the process of establishing a sailing center in the Florida Keys. Rick is working on a series of teaching videotapes using video taken during their many seminars.

And they have now established "Rick's Place," on the water in the Florida Keys, where sailors can go for rest, relaxation and sailing all year round.

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