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Seattle Children’s Hospital starts ‘Patient Voices’ series


Seattle Children’s Hospital starts ‘Patient Voices’ series

October 23, 2013


Source - Ragan's Health Care Communication News

In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Seattle Children’s has created a “Patient Voices” series in which over the course of the month, five stories about patients who have overcome cancer or are currently fighting the disease are featured on the hospital’s blog, “On the Pulse.”

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