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Brooklynn Isley
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Science meets caring

Junior Brooklynn Isley was drawn to a career in nursing because it combines two things she loves: science and caring for people. It appears she chose the right path.

Betty Sandison reacts as her name is read during commencement.
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Nothing is stopping her now

From a one-room schoolhouse to a large public research university, Betty Sandison’s educational journey is one for the ages.

Image of doctor wearing yellow ribbon — which often represents sarcoma, or bone cancer — on their coat holding a child’s hand.
News Release

Advance care planning for adolescents with cancer

Researchers in the Center for Bioethics found that advance care planning for adolescents with cancer and their families promotes better understanding of goals and values during difficult conversations.

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Jill Foster

Professor and Division Director, Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Nelson Rhodus

Professor, Department of Diagnostic and Biological Science

Donald Nixdorf

Professor, Department of Diagnostic and Biological Sciences
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