For over a decade, the Cancer Management Handbook has provided clinicians with up-to-date information on all types of cancer care from the medical, surgical, and radiation perspectives. Now available in a convenient tablet format, the app allows specialists easy access to all of the book’s content at any time, and is updated throughout the year as advancements in cancer management and research evolve.
According to Rachel Warren, editorial director of Cancer Network, “The Cancer Management Handbook has been a popular and widely used resource among cancer care professionals for many years. By making this valuable tool available as an iPad application, busy clinicians now have access to timely and complete information at the moment they need it.”
Features of the Cancer Management Handbook app include:
Chemotherapy regimen tables
The latest AJCC Staging Manual information
Updates from the annual ASCO meeting
Response and evaluation criteria and performance scales
Cancer drugs and indications newly approved by the US FDA
Ability to bookmark sections for quick reference
Fast search capability of diagnosis and therapies
High-resolution images and diagrams
Topic areas include:
Cancers of the Head and Neck Region
Other Solid Tumors
Palliative and Supportive Care
If you are an oncology professional looking for the latest information on-the-go, then the Cancer Management Handbook App is an excellent resource.
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