March 26, 2012
I became involved with Sepsis Alliance about two years ago. When I worked actively as an RN, I did care for patients with sepsis but I didn't realize the issues behind it. I just helped treat them and, hopefully, get them well enough to be discharged. Since becoming involved with SA, speaking to people who have survived sepsis and those who have lost someone to sepsis, I am more dedicated than ever to help raise awareness about this disease.
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