AffiliationThe Christie Hospital, Manchester
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AbstractMenopausal symptoms are commonly experienced in women treated for breast cancer. This project aimed to identify the types and prevalence of menopausal symptoms women experience and assess how well such symptoms are managed by means of a clinical audit. The authors also wanted to identify whether patients and health professionals require further education in this area to enhance patients' quality of life.
CitationManagement of menopausal symptoms for breast cancer patients. 23 (8):427-32 Br J Nurs
JournalBritish Journal of Nursing
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