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Annual Cancer Education Workshop Improves Safety in Treatment


COPE has offered regional oncology training since 1993. The workshop caters to many different professions, including oncologists, RNs, radiation therapists, medical radiation technologists, social workers, registered dietitians, administrative staff and booking clerks, who work in prevention, treatment, and palliative care settings, locally and in the region.

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