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This module was supported by, and produced in association with, Macmillan Cancer Support.
Supporting people with cancer in primary care: in association with Macmillan Cancer Support
After completing this module you should:
- Understand that cancer is now a long term condition for many people
- Know how to organise and conduct a review of your patients with cancer
- Know that physical activity is beneficial during and after treatment of most cancers
- Be aware of information resources available to your patients
- Know about the late adverse effects of cancer treatment and helpful questions to ask about these
- Understand that practice nurses have a key role to play in the review of cancer patients in primary care.
Peer reviewed by:
Sarah Yardley, Janet Lefroy
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18 Dec 2012