Jenske Geerling, NP, on Painful Bone Metastases: Study Results on Nurse-Led Pain Education

2017 Palliative Care in Oncology Symposium

Jenske Geerling, NP, of the University Medical Center Groningen, discusses findings from a multicenter trial on patient education, pain reduction, and quality of life (Abstract 203).



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