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My cancer center has a nurse navigator. What can she do to help me get through treatment (stage III Non small cell lung cancer)?
Linda Miller, RN, BSN, Oncology Nurse Navigator at Penn Medicine responds:
Each center functions a little differently in how their nurse navigator functions in relationship to the thoracic team. In general, a nurse navigator can help to connect a patient with the appropriate team members and facilitate appointments to help coordinate care. A navigator is very useful in connecting patients to appropriate resources as well as providing an additional layer of support to the patient and family while undergoing diagnosis, staging and treatment.
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