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Through interactive case histories, learn what the acute and chronic side effects of treatment for prostate cancer are, why they occur, and how to manage them. With multimedia video.

After you have completed this module you should:

  • Know what the acute and chronic side effects of treatment for prostate cancer are
  • Understand why side effects occur
  • Know how to manage the side effects of treatment.

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Credit type Credit
Registration with provider required Yes
Certificate available Yes
Author(s) Dianne Cottle
Multi session No
Intended audience(s) General Practitioner, Medical Doctor, Specialist, Medical Student, Nurse/Advanced Practice Nurse

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