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Cancer

Cancer is a disease process that begins when an abnormal cell is transformed by the genetic mutation of the cellular DNA.

Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia

Acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL) refers to an abnormal growth of lymphocyte precursors or lymphoblasts.

Antineoplastic Agents

Antineoplastic agents comprise one aspect of chemotherapy.

Hereford Nurse Raises Funds for Colleague by Shaving Head

Angie Prosser is a registered nurse and a team leader at Hereford Kidney Treatment Center, led the patients and staff to raise money to support Marie Gittoes, who has leukemia.

Oncology Nurse Writes Apology to Her Patients After Getting Cancer Diagnosis

Lindsay Norris, an oncology nurse at a Kansas facility wrote an apology letter to her patients after being diagnosed with stage 3 colorectal cancer in September.

Viral Video: Dallas Woman Puts ‘Juju on that Chemo’

Nothing will stop this beautiful lady from feeling her best and fighting!

Antineoplastic Medications NCLEX Practice Quiz (20 items)

This 20-item NCLEX style exam will test your knowledge on antineoplastic medications.

Musculoskeletal Disorders and Mental Illness in Pregnancy

A pregnant woman needs to be healthy in both the mind and the body to survive her pregnancy. To maintain her over-all well being, caregivers must collaborate with each other for a more holistic and effective care to make sure that the woman and the fetus are both safe.

Nurses as Cancer Insurgents: 9 Guidelines for Cancer Screening Tests

Here are the screening test guidelines for different types of cancer according to American Cancer Society and U.S. Preventive Task Force Services:

Cancer and Oncology Nursing NCLEX Practice Quiz #5 (15 Questions)

As the healthcare delivery system changes, and new scientific discoveries are integrated into cancer care, the role of nurses, specifically oncology nurses, will continue to evolve. Test your knowledge with this 15-item exam about Cancer and Oncology Nursing. Do good and soar high on your NCLEX exam!

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