News and practice for cancer nurse specialists
Cases of prostate cancer are increasing but significant advances have been made in the diagnosis and management of this condition
End of life care
As the majority of patients with urological cancers die in hospital, urology and continence nurses have an important role to play in the end-of-life care team
Cholesterol-lowering statins may curb the spread of prostate cancer by interfering with the ability of tumour cells to squeeze into bones, UK research has shown.
Many carers don’t realise there is support available to help them in their role. So as one of the people they may turn to, you’re vital in helping us to identify and support them.
Welcome to the first in a series of Excellence in Oncology Nursing videos, brought to you in association with Novartis Oncology.
When you meet someone with cancer are you confident to talk to them about their condition and its effect on their life?
A few years ago I met Tony Benn on a train from Nottingham to London. It was one of those chance encounters and as we started to talk Mr Benn asked me about my job, what I thought about nursing and the problems in the NHS.