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Oncology nurses are on the front line of patient care, and last week, at the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) Annual Congress, we reported on the ever-growing nursing role and recent research coming out in how they can more effectively treat patients with cancer.
PUBLISHED May 21, 2018
Oncology nurses are on the front line of patient care, and last week, at the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) Annual Congress, we reported on the ever-growing nursing role and recent research coming out in how they can more effectively treat patients with cancer.

Join us and our sister publication, Oncology Nursing News, for an #OncNurseConnect tweet chat on Wednesday, May 22 at 1:00 EST to discuss highlights from the conference. We want to hear about your wonderful stories with oncology nurses, as well as your patient experiences on new treatments and their side effects that were covered throughout the meeting.

To participate, follow @OncNursingNews, which will be tweeting out the questions. Once the question is asked, just join in and remember to use the #OncNurseConnect hashtag.

We hope to see you there!
 
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