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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Nurse takes cue from patients to raise awareness for MS


Michelle Keating is an oncology nurse whose patients inspired her to spread awareness for her own disease.

Keating, 53, has had multiple sclerosis for 29 years, but three days a week, her job at St. John's Mercy Medical Center is to provide information and support to people battling cancer.

When the cancer center started selling bracelets to benefit research, Keating suggested women in the support group craft their own.

"It was so successful, and the women had so much fun that I decided to try it with my MS support group," she said.
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