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Supportive care for men with prostate cancer

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Published: 10.05.12
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Jane Cockle-Hearne – University of Surrey, Guildford, UK

Talking with ecancer at the European Oncology Nursing Society annual meeting in Geneva, Jane Cockle-Hearne addresses the issues surrounding the supportive care of men with prostate cancer.

 

The main issue addressed is the lack of consensus on guidelines on how to support men with prostate cancer. Ms Cockle-Hearne discusses a study, conducted to find what male patients are most concerned about during treatment and active surveillance, which found that psychological support was greatly needed in addition to supportive care.

 

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