||An abbreviation for Oncology Certified Nurse, a credential given from the Oncology Nursing Society to registered nurses who have met a set or requirements including passing a national oncology certification examination.
||A gene that directs cell growth and if altered, can cause cancer.
||The study of the development of cancer.
||A physician who specialized in the treatment of cancer.
||The study and treatment of cancer.
||A treatment toxic to the ears most commonly resulting in ringing in the ears or hearing loss.