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With Cancer, It's All Relative
BY MARNIE REED CROWELL
Sublingual Fentanyl Spray May Help Manage Breakthrough Cancer Pain
BY LAUREN M. GREEN
Nurses at West Cancer Center in Memphis, Tennessee, developed a best nursing practice protocol for titration of fentanyl sublingual spray (FSS; Subsys) for breakthrough cancer pain. 
BY ANDREW J. ROTH
Nurses and oncologists need to give portal vein thrombosis a closer look, according to one oncolgy nurse. 
Adapting Cancer Care for the LGBT Community
BY KATIE HAY
Patients with cancer who are also a part of the LGBT community often face barriers when it comes to the care and treatment for their disease. 
CURE Media Group Names Lynne Malestic of Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center (Calif.) as 2016 CURE Extraordinary Healer for Oncology Nursing
CURE Media Group, the nation’s leading consumer digital and print media enterprise focused entirely on patients with cancer, today announced that Lynne Malestic, RN, of Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center in Rancho Mirage, California, was chosen as the 2016 CURE® Extraordinary Healer® for Oncology Nursing, which honors nurses who have dedicated their careers to helping patients with cancer, their families and their oncology co-workers.
Studies Analyze Risk, Prevention of Falls in Patients With Cancer
BY BETH FAND INCOLLINGO
Multiple presenters at the 41st Annual Oncology Nursing Society Congress addressed risk and prevention of falls in patients with cancer, as it is a growing concern for health care providers. 
How Cancer Helped Me Find a New Life
BY CHRISTOPHER FOSTER
Lynne Malestic Named CURE's 2016 Extraordinary Healer During 10th Annual Award Celebration
BY BETH FAND INCOLLINGO
For her generous spirit and deep commitment to her field, Malestic was named the 2016 winner of CURE magazine’s Extraordinary Healer Award for Oncology Nursing.
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