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Power of robotics lets me retain the human touch

Lynne Pearce , Health journalist

Royal Marsden theatre nurse Marie Taniacao describes how her high-tech role enhances patient contact along the clinical pathway

As a nurse training in the Philippines in the 1990s, Marie Taniacao dreamed of becoming a theatre nurse. But she had no idea then just how far her ambition would take her. ‘Assisting during surgery would have been beyond my imagination as a student,’ says Ms Taniacao. ‘Now I’m doing my dream job and at a more advanced level than I anticipated.’

Cancer Nursing Practice. 19, 2, 16-16. doi: 10.7748/cnp.19.2.16.s11

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