Guidelines on Cancer Pain Treatment
On the whole, pain has been reported by about 50% of all cancer patients over all stages of the illness and by 70% of advanced-stage patients . Consequently cancer pain has been reckoned to have involved over the 80s more than one million persons per year who survived cancer and about 300,000 patients who died of cancer .
KeywordsPalliative Care Cancer Pain Patient Control Analgesia Breakthrough Pain Pain Prevalence
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