Oncology Nursing Stories: Pregnancy After Lymphoma Chemoradiation
Ellen Miller, MSN, FNP-BC, a nurse practitioner with Vanderbilt University’s Radiation Oncology Survivorship Clinic, talks about meeting a patient who realized she wanted to get pregnant after undergoing chemoradiation as a teenager.
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