Cancer-survivor pain: What’s the PCP to do?
Director of Cancer Pain Management & Supportive Care,
UC Davis School of Medicine,
In this "3 in 3" video, David J. Copenhaver, MD, MPH, provides 3 practical tips for primary care physicians caring for cancer survivors who are dealing with ongoing pain.
The Journal of Family Practice's "3 in 3" video series delivers 3 take-home points in 3 minutes—or less.
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