1.1.0 / February 4, 2016
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The guidelines were developed by a multidisciplinary team andfacilitate appropriate referral between primary and secondary carefor patients with a suspected cancer. The guidelines are aimed atsupporting GPs, the wider primary care team, other clinicians andpatients and carers. A full version of the guidelines will beavailable at: www.cancerreferral.scot.nhs.uk/

App Information Cancer Referral Guidelines

  • App Name
    Cancer Referral Guidelines
  • Package Name
    com.scet.cancercareguidelines
  • Updated
    February 4, 2016
  • File Size
    20M
  • Requires Android
    Android 4.0 and up
  • Version
    1.1.0
  • Developer
    SCET
  • Installs
    1,000+
  • Price
    Free
  • Category
    Medical
  • Developer
    Paisley Campus Paisley PA1 2BE Scotland
  • Google Play Link

Cancer Referral Guidelines Version History

Select Cancer Referral Guidelines Version :
  • 1.1.0 (2) - Latest Version
  • Cancer Referral Guidelines 1.1.0 APK File

    Publish Date: 2016 /2/29
    Requires Android: Android 4.0+ (Ice Cream Sandwich, API: 14)
    File Size: 19.8 MB
    Tested on: Android 4.4 (KitKat, API: 19)
    File Sha1: 0e0d33b3cbdaff1d0259bee7cd6c51d17fa79aed
    APK Signature: f76c0fb1d25a7a91d54f81896c1e52695d90c68b

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