LEWISTON — The Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center announces that Central Maine Healthcare oncology social workers Karen DeGrandpre, LCSW, OSW-c, and Kailie Sullivan, LCSW, OSW-c, have been selected as honorees of the “one hundred.”

The one hundred is an awareness and fundraising initiative created and supported by the Mass. General Cancer Center, celebrating hope in the cancer community by honoring 100 everyday amazing individuals who are making a difference in the fight against cancer in inspiring and often revolutionary ways. Being selected as part of the one hundred is one of the highest forms of recognition from the Mass. General Cancer Center.

In addition to their work as liaisons, DeGrandpre and Sullivan have integrated distress management into the center’s cancer program to track the impact of distress and outcomes in the cancer population.

They will be recognized at the one hundred 10th annual dinner Thursday, June 15, in Boston. The evening’s events will feature a selection of honoree stories and highlight the groundbreaking work that will contribute to conquering cancer.

Kailie Sullivan, LCSW, OSW-c, and Karen DeGrandpre, LCSW, OSW-c, will be honored June 15 in Boston for their work as oncology social workers.


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