Journal of Nursing & Care

ISSN: 2167-1168

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Psychological Fidelity: Nurses and Nursing for Terminally Ill Cancer Affected Individuals


Sreedhar Surampudi and Siddamma M

Cancer is a non-communicable disease that brings conformational changes among healthier connections of brain interms of psychological stability. This disrupts congenial feelings between different relationships of a Family. Cancer is a metastatic disorder disorders healthier connection in and between people which will be established purely on the aspects of psychological enumeration of perceptions. Psychological faith plays a vital role in establishing better preview in relationships between family members and in and around people having connection with them. In this article we presented the interactive psychological and nursing modularity which paves the way for the increased longevity to survive in terminally ill cancer patient.


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