CancerNet

CancerNet

Oncology Information from NCI–eg, the PDQ database, sorted for the general public, health care providers, researchers
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An analisis of the readability and cultural sensitivity of information on the National Cancer Institute's Web site: CancerNet.
More detailed information about these trials is available at the NCI Cancernet Clinical Trials Web site (http://cnetdb.
The National Cancer Institute has reviewcd the safety and efficacy of mistletoe as part of its CancerNet project (available at www.
The National Cancer Institute has reviewed the safety and efficacy of mistletoe as part of its CancerNet project (available at www.
That hooked me into Cancernet via e-mail, because 1-800-4 CANCER was absolutely unhelpful in the extreme.
The National Cancer Institute's CancerNet system is making valuable information available to thousands of patients and doctors.
Get answers to questions by phone, fax, or the CancerNet computer network.
The Cancernet website has a facility to search for local exercise facilities by postcode, which can be an aid for health professionals when counselling patients.
As part of that networking, the NZNO Cancer Nurses' Section's national committee provides members with a quarterly newsletter Cancernet.
Nurses can conduct literature searches, either in person or online via NCI's CancerNet Web site, to identify investigators who are involved in related research as an additional information resource for patients.
To get to valuable information for cancer patients, follow the link from the CancerNet home page to CancerTrials (http:// cancertrials.