Sandra Allen-Bard on Advocating for Patients with Leukemia and Lymphoma


Sandra Allen-Bard discusses her passion for advocacy involvement with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Sandra Allen-Bard, MSN, ANCC, AOCNP, of Weill Cornell Medical Center, discusses her involvement in advocacy groups.

Working as a nurse for patients with leukemia for over 20 years, Allen-Bard has gained a passion in seeing how life-altering this diagnosis can be. She believes that research needs to continue as there are different pathways to discover. With the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Allen-Bard can use her running, education, and her voice to help her patients in just one more way.

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