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Oncology/Cancer Nurses Mailing List

Target Nurses Working in Oncology

The Oncology/Cancer Nurses Mailing List allows you to reach these health care professionals through email marketing efforts at their personal email address.

This mailing list will allow you to market to nursing specialists such as Registered nurses (RN), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN), and Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners (ARN) who specialize in the oncology medical field through their personal email. These nursing oncologists assist patients who have been diagnosed with cancer or malignant tumors. They assist with therapy and treatments such as surgery, chemotherapy, or radiology. They also provide follow up care with patients. Oncology nurses would assist in diagnosing cancer through methods such as biopsies, endoscopy, x-rays, CT scans, MRI scan, ultrasounds, and blood tests. They would assist patients diagnosed with cancers of the breast, colon, bone, lymphoma, bladder, melanoma, cervical, ovarian, leukemia, kidney, liver, lung, prostate, pancreatic, and throat.

These medical specialists would use thermometers, blood pressure cuffs, medications, needles, syringes, bandages, gauze, stethoscopes, imaging equipment, medical supplies, vials, medical instruments, uniforms, masks, and gloves in the course of their duties.

Purchasers of this mailing list would include hospital supply retailers and wholesalers, pharmaceuticals, imaging companies, medical apparel providers, continuing education providers, office supply providers, computer hardware and software suppliers, medical periodicals, cancer awareness organizations, and healthcare insurance providers.

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