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Basic procedure safety and patient considerations for cancer pain interventions 

Basic procedure safety and patient considerations for cancer pain interventions
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Basic procedure safety and patient considerations for cancer pain interventions
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Samyadev Datta

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10.1093/med/9780199661626.003.0013
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date: 15 December 2019

Interventional procedures are an integral part of the options available for treatment of certain cancer-related pain. Well-trained physicians can use these techniques safely to provide patients with significant and long-lasting pain relief. Inclusion of interventional pain management options in the treatment plan should be based on the best available evidence for efficacy and safety based on the diagnosis and individual patient.

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