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Times are changing: Nurses' roles evolve
with oral cancer treatments
Cancer treatment is shifting from intravenous to oral formulations, and the evolution in therapy administration could change the way oncology nurses take care of their patients. As pharmaceutical companies develop more cancer treatment alternatives, the trend toward oral chemotherapy will grow, according to Pamela Ginex, RN, EdD, OCN, nurse researcher, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York City, who, in her current research, is looking at factors that promote patient adherence and those that deter it.
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