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When hospitalized, remember: NURSES know EVERYTHING.

by TigerROS on February 14, 2014   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


I have been sick a very long time. And the first thing I learned is that NURSES have all the power. They run the hospital - not the doctors. They clean up your mess, and they hold your hand when you are scared.

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