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Jessica Morris reflects on the nurses and caregivers who have been with her during her illness. She remarks that patients should have empathy for their caregivers as well, as cancer affects everyone in the patient's community.
Video Library – January 8, 2019
Jessica Morris
2018 Hero of Hope Patient Award winner Jessica Morris reflects on the nurses and caregivers who have been with her during her illness and on the empathy they have demonstrated. She remarks that it's important for patients to have empathy for their caregivers as well, as cancer affects everyone in the patient's community.
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