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Top News: #Cancer

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Killing Cancer: Polio to Treat Cancer?

60 Minutes follows brain cancer patients in a Duke University clinical trial of a therapy that uses a re-engineered polio virus to kill cancer cells  229 more words

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So this is what David Cameron has to say? 

I’m actually wondering if this is a joke because its the biggest load of rubbish I have heard.

Work harder?? How rude!!!

We’re the ones who dedicate our own breaks, or toilet breaks to keep our patients care running, to keep them safe. 69 more words

NHS Nurses

everybody has an opinion on the NHS. For most people it’s not a positive one. But me and my family can not fault anyone that has helped to look after our Georgie at all, both here at the royal Stoke university hospital and at Birmingham children’s hosptial. 454 more words

When You're Sick...Be Very Very Good

Recently, I got sick. Very sick. Probably the sickest I’ve ever been with a hemoglobin that dropped to one third of what it should be. Several days in bed in the hospital getting blood… Just what the doctor ordered. 446 more words


SHE-LOGY: Trailblazing nurses

Nursing is one of those professions that have suffered a stigmatizing reputation. It is stereotyped as a female role, understandably so, the first nurses were women and nuns.  308 more words

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Top News: #Health:

Scientists may have identified a gene that causes severe autism in women

Here are the top read news for #health:

3 Drinks Give You Liver Cancer, But Coffee Protects: 247 more words

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More Than Competencies and Checklists: The Shadow Side of Nurse Orientation

‘Developing beneficial working relationships is part of a successful nursing orientation. If you’re lucky, your preceptor is explaining the nuances.’

Julianna Paradisi, RN, OCN, is an oncology nurse navigator and writes a monthly post for this blog.

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Nursing Perspective