By Dermot R. Fitzgibbon MB BCh, John D. Loeser MD
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This authoritative, accomplished medical reference is vital for all clinicians who deal with sufferers with melanoma, together with scientific oncologists, radiation oncologists, surgeons, soreness experts, anesthesiologists, fundamental care physicians, internists, and nurses.
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Cancer Pain: Assessment, Diagnosis, and Management by Dermot R. Fitzgibbon MB BCh, John D. Loeser MD