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Tony Adams - June 2016
When Shondra Nelson, a thoracic oncology nurse speaks with patients at the John B. Amos Cancer Center, her compassion comes through sincerely. This ability to relate and comfort is in large part because Nelson was diagnosed with cervical cancer almost a decade ago and is now dealing with it spreading to her lungs.
Nelson finds that focusing on the needs of lung cancer patients is good for her, as she takes pride in navigating and guiding them from their initial diagnosis news, to the ringing of the "Hope" bell when they complete treatment. Nelson cherishes this role and sits down with the Ledger-Enquirer to describe what her job consists of and what it really means to her.
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Original source: www.ledger-enquirer.com