A 75-year-old female with a history of left breast cancer in 2008 presents with new palpable cervical lymph nodes and skin nodules of the right breast and upper back. The left breast cancer was successfully treated and her overall health history is unremarkable. She continues to see her medical oncologist at regular intervals and was asymptomatic until this new finding. A biopsy of a cervical lymph node revealed reactive lymphocytic infiltrate.
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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