End of treatment bells in cancer wards: sound of hope or upsetting jangle?
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End of treatment bells in cancer wards: sound of hope or upsetting jangle?

Nick Evans Health writer

Ringing a bell to mark the end of cancer treatment is becoming more common in the NHS but, while some find it rewarding and positive, others find it distressing

The sound of bells ringing out across cancer units is becoming more commonplace in the NHS.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 18, 5, 8-10. doi: 10.7748/cnp.18.5.8.s7

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