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Importance Of Palliative Care In Pediatric Oncology
Author: Jael Rúbia Figueiredo De Sá França, Maria Emília Limeira Lopes, Marcella Costa Souto Duarte, Gilvânia Smith Da Nóbrega Morais, Eliane Cristina Da Silva, Ana Aline Lacet Zaccara, Thaís Costa De Oliveira, Kalina Coeli Costa De Oliveira Dias, Mar
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
10 pages
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Type of publication: Article
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Childhood cancer is rare, however, for the past year, has constituted the leading cause of death among children. Cancer and its treatment bring repercussions for the child life and their family, causing a variety of symptoms and difficulties, and impose changes in habits, restrictions, isolation, removal of routine activities such as playing, lack of contact with friends, recurrent hospitalizations, even after the acute phase of treatment, which cause intense pain. 

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