Too many people are still being diagnosed with cancer too late
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Too many people are still being diagnosed with cancer too late

Barry Quinn Senior lecturer cancer and palliative care, Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland

As another year begins, it is time to recognise the wonderful and diverse reality of working in cancer nursing, not only in the UK, but across the world. Many of you may already have been engaged with the Global Power of Oncology Nursing (GPON) network, a growing global movement of cancer nurses who promote, reflect on, and share the achievements and challenges of cancer care, particularly in low resource countries.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 23, 1, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/cnp.23.1.5.s1

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