In the realm of clinical cancer management, there are numerous professionals who serve as patient caregivers and function as members of a diverse, multidisciplinary team. They collaborate on a regular basis to provide the best care for cancer patients at every stage of their disease course, from diagnosis and treatment to nutrition and symptom management. Below is just a brief look at some of these key players of a comprehensive cancer care team. One must not forget, however, the undeniably crucial role of the patients' families, as they are often the truly "primary" caregivers. The needs they provide are an integral supplement to the care given by health care professionals.
Radiologist, diagnostic and interventional
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