J.L. is a 65-year-old female was diagnosed in 2005 with stage II cancer in the right breast (T1N1M0) and underwent surgery and radiation. This was followed by four cycles of docetaxel and cyclophosphamide followed by five years of anastrazole. Currently there is no evidence of breast cancer recurrence.
She decides to establish with a new primary care provider for health maintenance. A baseline bone mineral density was obtained. This shows a right femoral neck T-score of -2.8 and a lumbar spine T-score of -2.6 and normal Z-scores. According to the World Health Organization guidelines, what is the correct diagnosis?
The 2013 Nurse Compensation Survey Results Are In Michelle Bragazzi, BS, RN, 5/3/2013 32 In February, TheONC surveyed more than 600 oncology nurses to find out more about their careers. We wanted to know if they felt adequately compensated and satisfied within their ...
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