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Navigator Anecdotes

Clara Lambert on the most rewarding aspects of patient relationships.
Nancy Sayegh-Rooney discusses her role as a lung cancer screener, and how she works to build relationships with her patients.
Nancy Sayegh-Rooney recounts an interesting experience screening twins for lung cancer.
Rose Olivarez feels fortunate to work for the American Cancer Society. Hear why.
Cathy Mikkelson describes how sometimes the smallest gestures make an enormous impact.
Roberta Gillis shares a story about a former patient who benefited from having Roberta as her navigator.
Margaret Eller values helping underserved populations, and recounts a story about an impoverished, illiterate man she helped through her role as a navigator.
Jennifer Bires recounts how she, as a social worker, worked with a navigator to help a patient overcome barriers to care.
Lillie Shockney addresses when survivorship begins, how to assess patients' life goals, and how to ensure that their treatment plan aligns with their priorities and passions. She goes on to share a touching anecdote regarding a former patient and her survivorship plan.
Tricia Strusowski shares a personal story about how a patient caused her to look at distress screenings in a different light.
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