Lourdes Regional Cancer Center: Mary Mancini on the Patient Navigator Program

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Story Updated: Oct 10, 2013


Mary Mancini, Oncology Nurse with Lourdes Regional Cancer Center, discusses the Patient Navigator program. Learn more about their unique guidance for those seeking treatment.

To learn more about Nurse Mancini or Lourdes Regional Cancer Treatment Center, please visit their Docs on Call page.

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carolyn stevens RN ( LAH) said on Monday, Jun 28 at 9:53 AM

you have made lemonade out of lemons...congrats

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Anonymous said on Wednesday, Jun 2 at 10:01 AM

mary is the best person ever..i love working with her

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Erin said on Friday, May 28 at 8:09 AM

whoo hoo!! go Mary!!! Love ya!

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