New nurse survives cancer, will soon return to fighting COVID-19 at work

After battling cancer for more than a year and a half, Victoria Glosson finished her nursing program and shared the news she’s cancer free with her father on Valentine’s Day.
1:18 | 02/16/21

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The daughter and the Valentine's gift. America strong. She is the new nurse who just got her degree who will soon be back on the front lines. Victoria from oak ridge, north Carolina, was almost done with her third semester of nursing school when she was diagnosed with Hodge Kins lymphoma. Battling cancer for more than a year and a half and she found out she is cancer free. She decided to share with her father. She told him she was cancer free. I'm turning it up a little bit. Wow, it's loud. I'm cancer free. Why don't you write it down, I don't understand. I'm cancer free. What? I'm cancer free. Okay, you're cancer free. Did you have your P.E.T. Scan? Tonight, that father telling us, I feel like 1,000 pounds has been lifted off my shoulders. His daughter, the fighter, soon back on the front lines, helping others fight covid. Mom proud there, too. She was right in on it.

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