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Personalised medicine and nursing

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Published: 11.05.12
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Paula Reiger – Oncology Nursing Society, USA

At the European Oncology Nursing Society annual meeting in Geneva, April 2012, Paula Reiger from the Oncology Nursing Society, talks about the impact of personalised medicine on the nursing community.

As the majority of modern drugs are targeted therapies, and each treatment varies from patient to patient, nurses play a central role in a patient's experience.

 

As nurses implement treatment, they must educate patients and families on the specifics of the treatment.

 

Filming Supported by Amgen

 

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