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Michele Longabaugh, RN - Page 1

Michele Longabaugh is a wife, a mother of three children, a registered nurse and a small business owner in the Midwest. In February 2010, she was diagnosed with stage IV anal cancer. She hopes to shatter the stigma and fight the loneliness that accompanies this devastating type of cancer. Follow her on Twitter at @CrazyAssCancer
Palliative care is for the living.
4:15 PM, Tue February 26, 2019
My training as a registered nurse helped me as I developed long-distance relationships with several women who have anal cancer--I call them my “virtual sorority sisters.”
7:00 PM, Thu October 25, 2018
A look at how writing is a means of self expression and stress relief for a nurse who is also cancer survivor.
2:42 PM, Wed May 30, 2018 | Comments (24)
Cancer touches the caregiver as much as the patient, and that position comes with it's own, unique emotional tolls.
2:51 PM, Thu March 23, 2017
A survivor recalls the impact oncology nurses can have on their patients.and the "extraordinary power" of love.
8:28 AM, Wed April 13, 2016
Are electronic medical records affecting patient care?
3:15 AM, Fri January 16, 2015
I think it's imperative to tell nurses what they are doing right!
3:22 AM, Fri December 19, 2014
Be mindful of the words you speak
5:25 AM, Tue November 4, 2014
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