Oncology, An Issue of Physician Assistant Clinics, 1st Edition

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Alexandria Garino

Physician Assistant Clinics aims to provide an authoritative and continuously updated clinical information resource that covers all of the relevant PA specialties. Our clinical review articles address the key points, diagnosis, prognosis, clinical ...view more

Physician Assistant Clinics aims to provide an authoritative and continuously updated clinical information resource that covers all of the relevant PA specialties. Our clinical review articles address the key points, diagnosis, prognosis, clinical management, and complications of disease and techniques, evidence, and controversies in the field. Information for quick reference, as well as in-depth coverage of a topic, is a hallmark of the Clinics’ series.This issue of Physician Assistant Clinics is devoted to Oncology and is edited by Alexandria Garino, MS, PA-C of Yale School of Medicine Physician Associate Program. Articles in this issue include: Nutrition in Cancer Care; Primary Care of the Cancer Survivor; Oncologic Emergencies; Advances in Lung Cancer; New Pharmaceutical Agents in Oncology; Ethical Considerations in Oncology; High Dose Chemotherapy and Stem Cell Rescue; Management of Graft versus Host Disease; Breast Cancer; Colon Cancer; Gynecologic Cancer; Oncology-Related Side Effects; and Improving Access to Care: The PA/MD Team.

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Physician Assistant Clinics aims to provide an authoritative and continuously updated clinical information resource that covers all of the relevant PA specialties. Our clinical review articles address the key points, diagnosis, prognosis, clinical management, and complications of disease and techniques, evidence, and controversies in the field. Information for quick reference, as well as in-depth coverage of a topic, is a hallmark of the Clinics’ series.This issue of Physician Assistant Clinics is devoted to Oncology and is edited by Alexandria Garino, MS, PA-C of Yale School of Medicine Physician Associate Program. Articles in this issue include: Nutrition in Cancer Care; Primary Care of the Cancer Survivor; Oncologic Emergencies; Advances in Lung Cancer; New Pharmaceutical Agents in Oncology; Ethical Considerations in Oncology; High Dose Chemotherapy and Stem Cell Rescue; Management of Graft versus Host Disease; Breast Cancer; Colon Cancer; Gynecologic Cancer; Oncology-Related Side Effects; and Improving Access to Care: The PA/MD Team.


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By Alexandria Garino, MS, PA-C, Yale University