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This volume describes the many ways in which mental health professionals have contributed to improving the lot of the cancer patient. The text is intended for psychiatrists psychiatric and cancer nurses, and oncologists.
Behavioral and psychological factors in cancer risk -- Screening for cancer in normal and at risk populations -- Screening and testing for genetic susceptibility to cancer -- Psychological issues retated to site of cancer -- Management of specific symptoms -- Palliative and terminal care -- Psychiatric disorders -- Interventions -- Special considerations -- Psychological issues for the family -- Survivorship -- Building psychosocial programs -- Ethical issues -- The future of psycho-oncology research -- International psycho-oncology.
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