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Should nurses conduct breast cancer follow-up visits?

ims, a more efficient and cost-effective system needed to be put in place.

"Women who answered the survey said that they wanted more time for discussion and questions, and they wanted to see the same person at each visit," she said.

"The growing number of women diagnosed with breast cancer, in combination with improved treatment, increases the socio-economic burden of the disease. It is possible that if specially trained breast cancer nurses conducted the follow-ups, this could result in increased satisfaction among the breast cancer patients and a decreased cost of care.

"Although Sweden and other countries are conducting studies comparing nurse-led with conventional medical follow-up visits, we need more studies and trials to provide evidence-based information before we decide to change."


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Contact: Emma Mason
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Federation of European Cancer Societies
18-Mar-2004


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