Oncology Nurse Helps Patients Be Brave

BRIELLE BENYON
Monday, July 15, 2019


After being inspired by one of her patients, Harding Cranford, RN, OCN, an oncology nurse at the Levine Cancer Institute, wanted a way to connect the community with the patients she treated on the oncology unit.

So, the nurse started "Bravery Bags," a program where people can donate items to those going through cancer that can act as a pick-me-up during treatment. What started as a small grassroots campaign spanned into donations coming from across the nation, brightening the days of hundreds of patients.

Read more: Educating the Community While Helping Patients With Cancer

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