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- Wendy Hobbie Associate director of the Pediatric Oncology Nurse Practitioner Program at the University of Pennsylvania and the coordinator of the Follow-Up Program at Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia
- Kathy Ruccione Nursing administrator in the Childrens Center for Cancer and Blood Diseases at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles
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