Colorectal cancer. Part 3: Patient care.

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Authors: Campbell, T. and Lunn, D.

Journal: Prof Nurse

Volume: 15

Issue: 2

Pages: 117-121

ISSN: 0266-8130

Treatment for colorectal cancer will almost inevitably result in toxicity. Roy's model is ideal to enable nurses to monitor patients' physical and psychological condition. Patients need information about toxicity so that they report it promptly.

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Authors: Campbell, T. and Lunn, D.

Journal: Professional nurse (London, England)

Volume: 15

Issue: 2

ISSN: 0266-8130

Treatment for colorectal cancer will almost inevitably result in toxicity. Roy's model is ideal to enable nurses to monitor patients' physical and psychological condition. Patients need information about toxicity so that they report it promptly.

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