A book written by clinicians for clinicians that presents a broad view
of the clinical applications of opioids; it covers the pharmacology
of opioids and its clinical application in a wide range of situations
from acute to chronic cancer and non-cancer pain across ages from
paediatric to geriatric populations.
It also covers the socio-historical, ethical, legal and criminal aspects
related to the use of opioids, and includes the limitations of opioids
as well as recommended precautionary measures when prescribing
these drugs. For the busy clinician who has to manage pain either
as a generalist or a specialist, this is a very handy text to keep within
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Lifeline > Nose Cancer Support Group
We know it is very emotionally stressful to find out that you have contracted nose cancer. But all is not lost as there is hope.We know what you are going through as survivors we have been through it before. We believe that no one should have to go through this cancer journey alone. We are here to help you and give you hope.
A voluntary Support Group formed by nose cancer survivors to reach out to nose cancer (NPC) patients - current patients or survivors - and their care-givers. The Group has been formed under the auspices of the National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS) and works closely with health and medical professionals.
As nose cancer survivors, we are here to share our experiences as we have walked through the treatment journey before and know what to expect, lend a listening ear, offer words of comfort and hope, and help survivors with their post recovery care through sharing and learning from one another.
The Group offers nose cancer (NPC) patients and their care-givers opportunities for:
The NPC Support Group aims to provide knowledge and psychological and emotional support to nose cancer (NPC) patients and care-givers through organised activities, talks, care and the sharing of experiences and practices.
Name: Mr Travis Loh
Phone: 6436 8668
Lim Kok Kiong (KK)
View 2018 Theme - Living with Nose Cancer (in Chinese).