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Managing change: developing a specialist nursing service for patients with secondary breast cancer

Cancer Nursing Practice

evidence & practice

Since July 2015 Macmillan breast care nurses (BCNs) at Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester have specialised in the care of patients with secondary breast...

Evaluating health and well-being interventions for patients with secondary breast cancer

10 October 2017

Cancer Nursing Practice

Evidence & practice

Patients with secondary breast cancer (SBC) may live for many years, but they require continual treatment and monitoring to control the disease. There is less...
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