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“You can never underestimate the power of a smile, a touch or sympathetic ears. All have the power to change the world or a small part of it.”

By its very nature, hospice care is relatively simple on one hand, yet incredibly complex on the other.

Chat with Nikia Coburn about being a nurse and she will invariably mention her journey.

It doesn’t take long for Annalie Jarencio to tell someone how much she enjoys being a nurse.

Kenoshan Vanessa Morrison has a few nurses in her family, so it seemed natural that would be her career choice.

PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Cheryl Weiss gave up on hot pizza one day as she slowed to see what was going on in a farm field by the side of the road.

Jamie Cairo, a nurse practitioner at Aurora Cancer Center since 2004, has seen patients triumph over cancer and has helped others with difficult end-of-life decisions.

When Alysson Senica graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a psychology degree, it was with an eye to becoming a clinical psychologist.

As a special health needs nurse, Nancy Thompson is both medical provider and teacher.

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