Hello I'm a new nurse graduate (pending my ATT & passing the NCLEX) and love to learn about anything in the medical field. I'm only a LPN but plan to continue on to a BSN and have no preference to any specialty at the moment. Mostly due to the fact that I just want a job wherever I can get one. But I also know most acute care settings are filtering out LPNs and, in my opinion, looking to start hiring mostly BSN grads. That being said, a handful of nursing specialties interest me the most; with oncology being one I would gratefully and humbly practice. I am watching a documentary called "Burzynski" and can't finish it until I posted this. Its intriguing content has me wondered if any of you wonderful, dedicated nurses have ever heard of this doc and his TX? Like I said, still watching it and don't know how it will end but had to do this before I forgot!
PS the documentary is a little biased but in no way undermines the great work the NURSES do! burzynskimovie.com/