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ONN's Top 5 Stories: March 2019

Monday, April 01, 2019
Here are the top 5 Oncology Nursing News stories for March 2019.
5. Genetic Testing is Beneficial in Breast Cancer
Testing isn’t just beneficial for patients with a strong family history of the disease, says one expert. Some common myths about genetic testing and cancer are examined in this piece.

4. Managing CINV During and After Chemotherapy
In this interview, a researcher sheds some light on his work in managing chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting in patients with certain blood cancers. 

3. Animal Interventions May Be Beneficial for Patients and Providers
We take a look at how man’s best friend may eventually be healthcare’s best friend, according to recent research.

2. Addressing the Oncology Nursing Shortage
Learn more about what’s being done to address the growing challenge of recruitment and retention in oncology nursing in our March cover story.  

1. A Review on Handling Hazardous Drugs
When handling chemotherapy and other potentially dangerous anti-cancer drugs, there are steps that oncology nurses should take to protect themselves and their colleagues. Learn more about them in this story.   

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