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  • Tracy Degracia at the John B. Amos Cancer Center

    Tracy Degracia, the nurse manager of the Outpatient Infusion Center at the John B. Amis Cancer Center in Columbus, made a career change from the restaurant industry to medical care based on personal health issues in her family. Here she discusses her job and how her staff keeps scared and anxious patients calm and relaxed when they visit the center for treatments. (Video by Tony Adams)

Tracy Degracia at the John B. Amos Cancer Center

Tracy Degracia, the nurse manager of the Outpatient Infusion Center at the John B. Amis Cancer Center in Columbus, made a career change from the restaurant industry to medical care based on personal health issues in her family. Here she discusses her job and how her staff keeps scared and anxious patients calm and relaxed when they visit the center for treatments. (Video by Tony Adams)
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