Case Study 1.12.docx - Case Study 1.12 Oluwajafunmi Fanomi Leeward College Course HIT 102 Date 22 November 2019 Case Study 1.12 As seen in the symptoms

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Case Study 1.12Oluwajafunmi FanomiLeeward College Course: HIT 102Date: 22 November 2019
Case Study 1.12As seen in the symptoms and conditions indicated by the patient, it can be summed up that she has lung cancer. The providers for each stage of the patient’s care and their respective responsibilities can be seen in the succeeding deliberation.First of all, the role of the medical oncologist is rather indispensable when it comes to Stage 1, Stage 2, and Stage 3 of the condition. Supported by the fact that it is at this time that cancer has already found entry into the lungs, and is yet to spread to the surrounding tissues. From the symptoms indicated by the medical report, it is desirable to highlight that cancer has also found access to the lymph nodes as well as the chest. The latter is confirmed by the fact that the patient is confronted by problems such as difficulties in breathing. Given the above viewpoints, it is notable that the responsibility of the medical oncologist would be based on the

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