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Patricia Ringos Beach
ONF 2012, 39(1), 111-112 DOI: 10.1188/12.ONF.111-112

The most important message of this multimedia program is touch! Although a healthy person may take touch for granted, this sense can be painfully lacking in a patient with cancer. Touch, Caring, and Cancer enriches caregiving by dispelling fears and concerns about using touch in cancer care. The text states, "There is always a safe and helpful way you can use touch to support a loved one with cancer" (p. 2).

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