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Cervicography in 1992, and probably for the rest of the decade, is the sensitive and accessible routine technique for the early detection of cervical anomalies. Always associated with cytology, it will be able to reduce significanty the unfortunate consequences resuling from the elevated number...
“People learn best when they are helped or define their own problems, acknowledge and accept their strengths and weaknesses, decide on a course of action, and evaluate the consequences of their decisions.” C. Coles (1989)
Why should patients be partners in their treatment and care? How has the concept developed? How can this relationship be achieved? What benefits does it produce? This article considers the various factors that have influenced public and professional attitudes in recent years, creating a climate...
This article sets out the case for broadening the scope of cancer intervention work to include common strategies applicable to all Western diseases. The reasons for this stance are identified and discussed, and the case is made for concerted collaborative action on disease reduction and health...
A core curriculum for a post‐basic course in cancer nursing initiated by the Commission of the European Communities' ‘Europe Against Cancer’ programme has been prepared by the European Oncology Nursing Society (EAC‐EONS, 1991). For the purpose of gaining agreement on the content and...
Book reviewed in this article: Handbook of Cancer Chemotherapy by Roland T. Skeel (ed.). International Classification of Diseases for Oncology by Constance Percy, Valerie Van Holten and Calum Muir (eds). A Stoma is for Life by Barbara Wade.
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