Nurse makes heart pillows to help breast cancer patients

10/26/2009 | Norwich Bulletin (Conn.)

Operating room nurse Beth Dabrowski makes heart-shaped pillows that help reduce pain and swelling for breast cancer patients after surgery. Dabrowski, who works at Day Kimball Hospital in Putnam, Conn., began making pillows as part of an Association of Operating Room Nurses' project, and with the help of colleagues and student volunteers, she has expanded it to include hospitals in other states.

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