April 2013
Independent Nurse;4/15/2013, p35
The article discusses the document "Living With and Beyond Cancer: Taking Action to Improve Outcomes" by the Department of Health (DH), Great Britain that guides providers in improving cancer survivorship outcomes; it includes information on holistic needs, treatment summaries and patient support.


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