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Cancer Nursing

News and practice for cancer nurse specialists



NICE guidance to help primary care staff spot cancer earlier

23-Jun-2015

Harnessing the skills and experience of nurses could ensure many more people survive cancer, say nursing leaders following the publication of new guidance on diagnosing the disease.

Lack of training hindering end of life care, report suggests

Lack of training hindering end of life care, warns charity

23-Jun-2015

Many patients nearing the end of their lives are not receiving the care and support they need because of a lack of training for health professionals, including nurses, a new report has warned.

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How to identify signs of brain tumours in children

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Does mandatory training have to be boring?

1-Jul-2015

In his book Do No Harm retired neurosurgeon Henry Marsh described the irritation of taking time away from his work to sit though mandatory training.

Breast cancer 'tumour trigger' that spreads disease discovered

“Experts have identified a ‘trigger’ which enables breast cancer cells to spread,” the Daily Mirror reports.

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