Public information needs and attitudes regarding cancer and cancer patients in Oman: a cross-sectional survey
Studies have shown that patients with cancer deserve and wish to be given information about their disease, diagnostic tests, and the available treatment (Al Qadire, 2014; Tariman et al, 2014; Al...
Non-metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer: the evolving treatment landscape and role of nurse specialists
Second-generation ARis offer several advantages over first-generation agents: a higher affinity for the androgen receptor; no agonistic effects; and a multimodal mechanism of action (El-Amm and...
Cancer is becoming ever more prevalent but, in turn, cancer treatments are improving, resulting in more people surviving or living longer with cancer. Current statistics show that around 375 000 new...
An outbreak has been defined as two or more confirmed cases of COVID-19, or clinically suspected cases of COVID-19, among individuals associated with a specific setting with onset dates within 14 days...
History taking and examination should always be undertaken with the patient's comfort in mind. While all consultation episodes should be undertaken in a sensitive and professional manner, this is...
Vaccine hesitancy has been a global concern for several decades, and the situation is more difficult with COVID-19 immunisation, owing to the infodemic and confirmation bias around the disease (Dror...
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