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Contemporary issues in women's cancers /
Suzanne Lockwood.
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Sudbury, Mass. : Jones and Bartlett Publishers, c2009.
description
xiv, 349 p. : ill.
ISBN
0763726028, 9780763726027
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Sudbury, Mass. : Jones and Bartlett Publishers, c2009.
isbn
0763726028
9780763726027
contents note
Overview and epidemiology / Chrisann Accario Winslow -- Breast cancer / Wendy Holt -- Endometrial cancer / Lynn Cloutier -- Epithelial ovarian cancer : the disease and survivorship / Sheryl Redlin-Frazier -- Nonepithelial ovarian malignancies / Margaret M. Fields -- Preinvasive cervical cancer / Margaret Fischer -- Invasive cervical cancer / Connie L. Birk -- Vulvar and vaginal cancers / Amber Door -- Gynecologic sarcomas / Amber Door -- Cancer genetics / Sheri Babb, Judy Parham -- Sexuality issues / Evelyn H. Larrison -- Infertility issues / Mary Lou Cullen -- Menopause / Barbara C. Poniatowski -- The sequelae of cancer and its treatment / Sue J. McIntyre -- The impact of gynecologic cancer on the family / Suzy Lockwood -- Living with recurrence cancer / Sheryl Redlin Frazier, Carol Larson -- Cultural aspects in women's cancers / Lois Anaya Winkelmann, Marylou S. Anton.
catalogue key
6682914
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Main Description
Contemporary Issues in Women's Cancers addresses the incidence, prevalence, assessment, diagnosis and treatment of cancers specific to women-in particular, gynecological cancers. This new resource provides nurses with a comprehensive, up to date, ready reference that will enhance their clinical practice, and help them treat their patients amidst not only the changing healthcare system in US, but also the changing ways in which cancer is diagnosed and treated. Expert authors, all member of the SGNO, offer their expertise in exploring the psychological issues associated with having cancer, and offer insight on providing assistance and resources To The individuals and families facing this disease. Every health care provider who uses this text will grow and expand their knowledge, their care and their service to their patients .
Main Description
Contemporary Issues in Women's Cancers addresses the incidence, prevalence, assessment, diagnosis and treatment of cancers specific to women—in particular, gynecological cancers. This new resource provides nurses with a comprehensive, up to date, ready reference that will enhance their clinical practice, and help them treat their patients amidst not only the changing healthcare system in US, but also the changing ways in which cancer is diagnosed and treated. Expert authors, all member of the SGNO, offer their expertise in exploring the psychological issues associated with having cancer, and offer insight on providing assistance and resources to the individuals and families facing this disease. Every health care provider who uses this text will grow and expand their knowledge, their care and their service to their patients
Main Description
Contemporary Issues in Women's Cancersaddresses the incidence, prevalence, assessment, diagnosis and treatment of cancers specific to women-in particular, gynecological cancers. The authors offer their expertise in exploring the psychological issues associated with having cancer, and offer insight on providing assistance and resources to the individuals and families facing this disease.
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'Contemporary Issues in Women's Cancers' addresses the incidence, prevalence, assessment, diagnosis and treatment of cancers specific to women - in particular - gynaecological cancers.

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