Evaluating Pain Management Practices for Cancer Patients among Health Professionals: A Global Survey

Michael Silbermann*, Maria Minerva Calimag, Elon Eisenberg, Boris Futerman, Paz Fernandez-Ortega, Amparo Oliver, Juan P. Yaeger Monje, Ping Guo, Haris Charalambous, Sophia Nestoros, Ximena Pozo, Gouri Bhattacharyya, Glynis J. Katz, Paolo Tralongo, Daisuke Fujisawa, Gulnara Kunirova, Rehana Punjwani, Hani Ayyash, Ibtisam Ghrayeb, Nemeh ManasrahMary Jocylyn S. Bautista, Aleksandra Kotinska-Lemieszek, Gustavo De Simone, Julie Cerutti, Nahla Gafer, Gulbeyaz Can, Fusun Terzioglu, Rejin Kebudi, Gonca Tuncel-Oguz, Ayfer Aydin, Gülçin Ozalp Şenel, Amos Deogratius Mwaka, Alexey Youssef, Jeannine Brant, Gabriela Piriz Alvarez, John Weru, David Rudilla, Rasha Fahmi, Mohamed Hablas, Maryam Rassouli, Layth Mula-Hussain, Safa Faraj, Salma Al-Hadad, Mazin Al-Jadiry, Hasanein Ghali, Samaher A. Fadhil, Loai Abu-Sharour, Suha Omran, Mohammad Al-Qadire, Azza Hassan, Khaled Khader, Nesreen Alalfi, Gamila Ahmed, Laura Galiana, Noemi Sansó, Akiko Abe, Gabriel Vidal-Blanco, Amparo Rochina

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