Cancer care

Medical students get little exposure to cancer patients

Most medical students have little or no meaningful exposure to patients with common cancers, a study from WA suggests. Fewer than half of students saw patients with breast (45%) colorectal (41%) or lung cancer (32%) while on clinical placements, an analysis of patient encounters by 88 students at the University of Notre Dame Australia School ...

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