New nurse survives cancer, will soon return to fighting COVID-19 at work

ABC News published this video item, entitled “New nurse survives cancer, will soon return to fighting COVID-19 at work” – below is their description.

After battling cancer for more than a year and a half, Victoria Glosson finished her nursing program and shared the news she’s cancer free with her father on Valentine’s Day.

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