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The paper discusses how prostate cancer not only produces a significant impact on men who are diagnosed but also on their partners and the marital relationship. The paper further discusses how the diagnosis also is a source of impact. The writer argues that while the couple should be considered as the unit of care, in reality this rarely is the case, and the wife's needs, especially in relation to information, tend to be ignored. This paper examines the Calgary Family Assessment Model and various assessment tools to demonstrate how nursing management involving the couple and extended family can be highly effective.
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