Oncology Nurses Provide Compassionate Care in Times of Need

Oncology nurses care for cancer patients, administering chemotherapy and helping with the side effects of radiation. They also care for patients who are post-op surgery for cancers.

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Cancer is one of the most devastating killers of the modern world, and oncology nurses are the ones who see most of the patients fighting against it. Surgery to remove the cancer or radiation or chemotherapy to shrink the tumor are used to fight the condition, and nurses in this specialty must be specifically trained to deal with each type of patient. In fact, many patients deal with all three treatment types, and making their care more complicated.

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