Consent for investigating and treating adults with cancer.

Abstract

The importance of the consenting process, as a key activity in patient care, has been recognised by the Department of Health with the production of a policy aimed at ensuring patient focused national standards. Cancer treatments are complex and multi-disciplinary encompassing difficult issues around outcomes and toxicity. This article looks at the process… (More)

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@article{Tait2006ConsentFI, title={Consent for investigating and treating adults with cancer.}, author={Diana Tait and J. R. E. Hardy}, journal={Clinical oncology (Royal College of Radiologists (Great Britain))}, year={2006}, volume={18 1}, pages={23-9} }