BY Jill Carter

As a registered nurse and a cancer survivor, I have a somewhat unique perspective: I can see things from the point of view of both the patient and the care team.

When I sought a second opinion at MD Anderson after being diagnosed with cervical cancer in May 2010, I was amazed at the level of care I experienced. I’ve seen some things at MD Anderson that I haven’t found anywhere else.

Beside you every step of the way

Cancerwise blog post: Jill Carter, cervical cancer survivor, shares how her career as a nurse helps her appreciate the treatment and care she received at MD Anderson

BY Jill Carter

As a nurse, I’m a firm believer in vaccines. And that’s even truer now that I’m a survivor of cervical cancer, which is caused by the human...

BY Jill Carter

I received my cervical cancer diagnosis in May 2010, at age 45.

A routine Pap test came back abnormal, and my local doctor wanted to...