Childhood cancer survivor, Montana Brown, returns to hospital; as nurse more than 20 years later

The patient has become the caregiver.
In a true role reversal, a 24-year-old Georgia woman has started a job as a pediatric oncology nurse — at the same hospital where she was treated twice for cancer as a child.
It’s only been two weeks since Montana Brown began working at the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, but she told TODAY that already the job is “more than anything I could ask for,” adding: “It’s so cool to just be at the place where I was treated and to have an influence over the kids and to be an inspiration to them.” …
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