April 5, 2013

Team Players

By Logan Lafferty

When Kimberly Mazur received a diagnosis of Hodgkin Lymphoma in 1989 at age 26, a small cluster of medical professionals – including a few oncologists, nurses and social workers – coordinated every aspect of her year-long treatment…”The care team I work for now is very large and very different from the past,” says Mazur, now 49, who works at a Mayo Clinic facility in Scottsdale, Ariz. “It’s a whole collaboration of making sure patients; needs are met.”


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