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Supportive Care Information for Health Professionals By The National Cancer Institute Important This information is intended for use by doctors and other health care professionals If you are a cancer patient your doctor can explain how it applies to you or you can call the Cancer Information Service at 1-800-422-6237 Introduction Attention Clinicians The Clinical Practice Guideline on which this Quick Reference Guide for Clinicians is based was initially developed by an interdisciplinary private-sector panel comprising health care professionals and consumer representatives The PDQ editorial boards are updating this Guideline for use in PDQ Some changes have been made others will follow Original panel members were Ada Jacox RN PhD Co-Chair Daniel B Carr MD Co-Chair Richard Payne MD Co-Chair Charles B Berde MD PhD William Breitbart MD Joanna M Cain MD C Richard Chapman PhD Charles S Cleeland PhD Betty R Ferrell RN PhD Rebecca S Finley PharmD MS Nancy O Hester RN PhD C Stratton Hill Jr MD W David Leak MD Arthur G Lipman PharmD Catherine L Logan Charles L McGarvey PT MS Christine A Miaskowski RN PhD David Stevenson Mulder MD Judith A Paice RN PhD Barbara S Shapiro MD Edward B Silberstein MD Rev Robert S Smith PhD Jeanne Stover deceased Carole V Tsou MD Loretta Vecchiarelli David E Weissman MD This Quick Reference Guide focuses on pharmacologic physical and psychosocial ways to manage cancer pain The approaches provided are both practical and flexible Management of cancer pain in children is the subject of a separate Quick Reference Guide For a description of the guideline development process and information about the sponsoring agency Agency for Health Care Policy and Research see the Clinical Practice Guideline Management of Cancer Pain AHCPR Publication No 94-0592 To receive
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