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Kim Johnson

Kim is a nursing student who is hoping to find her place amongst the phenomenal oncology nurses and doctors who cared for her sister. She loves reading, volunteering and enjoying the outdoors of Colorado.
Kim Johnson
Writing about the cancer journey and sharing your story is vulnerable and challenging, but the experience is often cathartic and necessary. 
Kim Johnson
A simple banana split can be a powerful memory, and a powerful tool, to help caregivers and patients find the strength to keep going on their cancer journey.
Kim Johnson
Knowledge is power, and using that is vital on the cancer journey.
Kim Johnson
“Being a caregiver is a role that is defined by cancer more so than it is by the caregiver.”
 
Kim Johnson
COVID-19 has dramatically altered the lives of millions across the globe, but for patients with cancer, the new restrictions and new challenges are ones they have already managed to handle. 
Kim Johnson
Being a caregiver can be an isolating experience, but there is a wider community for all caregivers to lean on in their time of need. 
Kim Johnson
Part of the prognosis is often what the patient brings to it, the journey ahead of them that only they can travel.
 
Kim Johnson
During cancer it's easy to let friends in the "outside world" fall to the wayside, but it's sometimes possible, and helpful, to foster those relationships. 
COVID-19 care may show a familiar roadmap to cancer care that some patients and caregivers wish they had.
 
Kim Johnson
Practicing kindness can help survivors, patients and everyone else get through this pandemic together. 
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