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Pharmacological, Interventional, and Palliative Care Approaches It covers everything from the initial evaluation of the patient with cancer pain to the final hours.
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Although many of these techniques have adequate empirical evidence when applied to other pain conditions eg, nonmalignant pain , well-designed studies specifically addressing cancer pain are needed. Additionally, creative scholarship that addresses how to make practitioners more aware of these interventions and how to make the care more accessible to patients is critical.

Many of these interventions have little risk and can increase the capability of patients to have control over their pain and their lives, as well as increase their quality of life. In addition, the physician-patient relationship would likely benefit from discussion and incorporation of these strategies into cancer care.

Perhaps there is no better example than a serious cancer illness for the need to provide a comprehensive biopsychosocial treatment approach that includes the broadest possible range of therapeutic modalities, particularly when pain is involved.

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