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February 2019 Vol. 14 No. 2

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The good news is that more people are surviving breast cancer. But with survivorship comes long-term treatment effects (fatigue, hot flashes and night sweats, sleep disturbance, sexual dysfunction, weight issues, and fear of recurrence). Nurses can have a real impact on how patients manage those effects and ensure a good quality life. This month’s CNE article provides you with the information you need to deliver the best possible nursing care. 

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