I have a project I am working on for school and was wondering if someone would answer a couple of questions? Any help is appreciated.Is there a higher level of caring from you and other nurses to chemotherapy patients versus any other patient who doesn't have a terminal disease?How does a caring and holistic approach to oncology patients impact the course of treatment? Outcomes? Therapeutic relationship?How important and beneficial is the nursing caring role when treating chemotherapy patients and their families compare to other nursing virtues?What caring actions do you perform to improve your patients health outcomes?Based on your experience with chemotherapy patients, do you feel that your degree of caring, such as your degree of emotional, informational, and practical support, is directly related to the patient's clinical outcome, and their family's level of patient care satisfaction? If so, why?