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This comprehensive text surveys the unique characteristics of cancer pain, including its pathophysiology, clinical assessment, diagnosis, pharmacological management and nonpharmacological treatment. The internationally recognized contributors address the full range of disciplines involved in cancer pain management, including pharmacology, communication studies, and psychology. The volume is an essential resource for physicians, nurses, and medical students treating patients suffering from cancer pain.
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