Managing expectations of new cancer treatments and trials
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Managing expectations of new cancer treatments and trials

Norman Miller Health journalist

Cancer drugs are developing rapidly but may not always be readily available to patients and communicating this sensitively is important

New cancer treatments are being developed at lightning fast pace. An online search will reveal a proliferation of stories about a ‘promising new treatment’ or a ‘potential breakthrough’.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 23, 1, 7-8. doi: 10.7748/cnp.23.1.7.s3

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