Dana Haggett is an oncology nurse practitioner taking care of patients undergoing breast cancer treatment at the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center. Her work with this patient population started in 2007 when she worked as a clinical research coordinator (CRC) on breast cancer clinical trials at MGH. In her two years as a CRC, she was inspired by the nurses and NPs with whom she worked to return to school to get a second bachelors and master’s degree in nursing. She returned to MGH in 2016 and began working with breast cancer patients undergoing radiation before switching to the breast medical oncology team in late 2019. From her experience working in radiation and medical oncology, Dana has developed a special interest in caring for patients with serious mental illness going through cancer treatment with the goal of breaking down barriers for this population to access quality cancer care.