A Perfect Rose

Damron, Ann
March 2006
Med-Surg Matters;Mar2006, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p15
Narrates the author's experience of being a nurse. Background on her involvement in the treatment of Jennie, a cancer patient; Response by the patient's parents to a sympathy card she sent after the death of Jennie.


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