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How My Nurse Navigator Helped Me

2019 Hero of Hope Patient Award winner Kirsten Arbon explains how her nurse navigator provided her with guidance, wisdom, and support during her cancer journey.
Video Library – January 27, 2020
Kirsten Arbon
Founder,
KM3 Project
2019 CONQUER: the patient voice Hero of Hope Patient Award winner
2019 Hero of Hope Patient Award winner Kirsten Arbon explains how her nurse navigator provided her with guidance, wisdom, and support during her cancer journey.
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