Tiki Barber: Oncology Nurses Are "The Rock Patients Lean On"

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Tiki Barber, former New York Giants running back and radio host, explains how he feels about oncology nurses, who helped his mother through her breast cancer experience. Geraldine Barber had a double mastectomy while Tiki and his twin brother Ronde were in college. She is now a 22-year survivor.

Barber says he is “forever grateful” for the support his mother received from oncology nurses.

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