Time is precious for people with cancer and their carers
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Time is precious for people with cancer and their carers

Jennifer Sprinks Editor, Cancer Nursing Practice

Time. A word we often use and a crucial element of our daily organisation. We talk regularly of needing more time yet we still take it for granted. But for people with cancer, the concept of time is starkly different: for them, every second counts. The desire for more time is based on the need to take stock of what the diagnosis means, the treatment options and how to spend the days more meaningfully.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 20, 5, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/cnp.20.5.5.s1

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