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Pain management
Managing cancer pain
  1. Neil E. Palmer
  1. 1 Sykes Lane, Oxenhope, Keighley, West Yorkshire BD22 9SH

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AS the treatment of cancer in our patients improves and becomes more widely accepted, indeed expected, by our clients, we are increasingly obliged to consider the measures that impact on our patients' quality of life, the ‘raison d’être' of our profession, including the management of pain. As part of a Masters degree in clinical oncology at the University of Birmingham, I am …

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