How you can help people cope with a fear of chemotherapy
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How you can help people cope with a fear of chemotherapy

Erin Dean Health journalist

Nurses have a key role in alleviating anxiety when people diagnosed with cancer begin treatment through personalised care

Beginning treatment for cancer will naturally make people feel more anxious than usual. But for some patients this is particularly heightened, making treatment sessions traumatic, stressful and occasionally impossible.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 23, 3, 7-9. doi: 10.7748/cnp.23.3.7.s3

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