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Problem Solving in Older Cancer Patients:
A case-study based reference and learning resource


     
 
Price: £39.95
 
     
 
Benefits:
- Leaders in the field clearly demonstrate latest developments in precision oncology. - A hands on, practical guide for the cancer physician - A valuable training / learning tool for the graduate medical trainee.
Related Links:
Problem Solving in Acute Oncology
Problem Solving through Precision Oncology
Edited by:
Alistair Ring, Royal Marsden Hospital, Surrey; Danielle Harari, Tania Kalsi, Janine Mansi, Guys and St Thomas’s Hospital, London; Peter Selby, St James University Hospital, Leeds / Association of Cancer Physicians
Description:
Supported by the Association of Cancer Physicians and the British Geriatrics Society.

An evidence-based guidebook that will assist the physician manage the older cancer patient implementing the appropriate treatment strategy taking account of comorbidities, frailty, and patient choice. Each clinical case will include a concise discussion on patient presentation and of scenarios underpinning issues experienced by older patients followed by a clear appraisal of how the latest clinical research impacts on patient management. This large cohort of patients requires both innovative care and individual attention, and this carefully crafted book shares the experience of an expert multidisciplinary team in the interest of patient centred care.
Readership:
Oncologists, surgeons, general physicians and trainees for these positions, oncology nurses, clinical scientists, healthcare administrators.

Book Details:
ISBN:
978 1 84692 110 0
328pp; 240 x 170mm; Illustrations; Paperback;
Publication Date: November 2015

 
 
     
 
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