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Cancer Matters Blog: Nurse Practitioner Marian Grant

Ask a Nurse Practitioner about Pancreatic Cancer Symptoms, Problems, and Concerns

A nurse practitioner is a registered nurse with advanced training or a master’s degree in a medical specialty. Nurse practitioners work as primary providers of health care. A nurse practitioner can offer information, education, and other support for people with serious illness and their families.

Palliative care nurse practitioner Marian Grant is certified in palliative care and has a Master’s degree in Nursing from Johns Hopkins University. She has practiced as a palliative care nurse practitioner in one of the Johns Hopkins hospitals. She also has a doctorate in nursing practice degree from the University of Maryland.

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