When the personal and professional collide
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When the personal and professional collide

Giving end of life care may be familiar territory, less so when the ‘patient’ is family

In late 2017, I began an intimate and demanding relationship with cancer. First, my husband Peter underwent a series of investigations. He was eventually given the all-clear but then, on the same day in March 2018, both my dad and my brother-in-law Ken received cancer diagnoses.

Nursing Standard. 35, 1, 19-20. doi: 10.7748/ns.35.1.19.s13

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