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Readership: This book will be of
interest to GP registrars, GPs, GP trainees, GP training practices and practice nurses.
Max Watson, Consultant Palliative Medicine Northern Ireland Hospice, Belfast Lecturer Palliative Medicine, University of Ulster Special Adviser the Hospice friendly Hospitals Programme, Dublin, Chantal Simon, General Practitioner, Bournemouth, Dorset, and Editor of InnovAiT, Audrey Fenton, Anne Drake, Caroline McLoughlin, and Richard Wilson, Consultant/Senior Lecturer in Oncology, Clinical Director, N. Ireland Cancer Clinical Trials Unit Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology, Queen's University, Belfast Cancer Centre, Belfast, Ireland
"This book is an essential reference for all UK GPs and Associates in Training (AiTs). Intelligent formatting is used to guide the reader through key clinical points in context... Frequently faced clinical questions are addressed, with simple graphics to aid explanations to patients, and further high-quality sources of information sign posted. It leaves you equipped to answer patient questions and is a reliable reference text for use in every surgery."
1: Cancer in the UK
2: Prevention of cancer
3: Diagnosis of cancer
4: Cancer treatment
5: Oncology emergencies
6: Specific cancers
7: Palliative care
8: Benefits and legal aspects of care in the community
9: Useful information and contacts for GPs