Christina Kim has been a nurse practitioner at the Mass General Cancer Center for 13 years. She has been working on the Sarcoma Medical Oncology team for the past 6 years, during which she has cared for a large population of young adult patients. She prides herself in ensuring her patients are fully informed about what to expect with their cancer treatments. She is passionate about teaching her fellow nurses and frequently lectures to new graduate oncology nurses about cancer pain management and communication skills around difficult conversations. Christina graduated from Boston College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry, and the MGH Institute of Health Professions with a Master of Science degree in Nursing. Outside of work, Christina can be found wrangling her two young sons and crocheting in her free time.