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Our patients and families – and the staff who care for them – intimately understand the pressing need to expand our cancer unit. In this video you’ll meet patients, families, doctors and nurses who share what it’s like to receive and provide care in the existing facility, and why when you’re battling something as serious as cancer, having single rooms is so important – both for privacy and for safety. Seeing the hospital experience from their perspective illuminates why Children’s is Building Hope and expanding our facility to meet the needs of the children and families who need us most.
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