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2022 Nurses Week: Virginia Cancer Specialists

Virginia Cancer Specialists Practice Blog

May 13, 2022
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Happy 2022 Nurses Week: It’s time to recognize the invaluable work that nurses do.

Virginia Cancer Specialists would like to honor our nurses for their dedication and compassion to our patients and their families. Every day you lead courageously and care for those that are vulnerable in remarkable ways. Please take time to stop by and personally acknowledge and say thank you to our nurses!