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Elysia Conner - December 2015
For the past five years, Rob Robb has worked at Rocky Mountain Oncology in Casper, Wyoming, as a nuclear medicine technologist, so he was able to quickly determine what was on his MRI image in November. After surgery, the removed mass turned out to be an aggressive, malignant brain tumor.
His coworkers at the cancer center have been a huge support form him, by sending cards, raising money, preparing meals, and traveling to help and visit. Rocky Mountain Oncology was his first choice because of the support of his coworkers there, even though there is a hospital closer to home, where is wife works as a PET scan technologist.
"The hardest part is being out of work since his surgery, and Rob plans to return as soon as he can, he said. He misses his patients, too, many of who also have passed along well-wishes and prayers, he added."
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Original source: casperjournal.com