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Title: Editorial: How does the media portray cancer?
Author(s): Johnston, Bridget
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Keywords: media
Health in mass media
Mass media
Issue Date: Sep-2005
Date Deposited: 2-Jul-2009
Citation: Johnston B (2005) Editorial: How does the media portray cancer?. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 11 (9), p. 456.
Abstract: First paragraph: Those people who know me professionally will know that my professional interests lie in psychosocial care, loss, expertise in palliative nursing and end-of-life care both in practice and research terms. However, those people who know me personally know that I have a particular interest in soaps, serial dramas and celebrity gossip. Indeed, a colleague and I decided recently that our Mastermind specialist subject would be Eastenders or Friends. With this in mind and in light of the European Cancer Conference in Paris this month, I decided to focus this editorial on cancer and the media.
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