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Managing Patient Concerns During Survivorship

Wendy Brooks acknowledges that patients are often more anxious post-treatment than they are during treatment and explains how she helps her patients manage their post-treatment concerns.
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Wendy Brooks, RN, ONN-CG (T)
Nurse Navigator, Thoracic, Sarah Cannon Cancer Network-HCA Midwest Health, Kansas City, MO
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Last modified: January 29, 2018

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