Pediatric Educator Celebrated for 40 Years at Joslin

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Cynthia Pasquarello, B.S.N., R.N., C.D.E., an educator in the Pediatric, Adolescent, and Young Adult Program, has seen a lot of diabetes history. She started at the Joslin Diabetes Center in 1972, surrounded by the pioneers of diabetes research and care—including Priscilla White and Alexander Marble. Today, she is being honored at Joslin’s Length of Service Ceremony for her 40 years of dedication to patients with diabetes.

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One Response to Pediatric Educator Celebrated for 40 Years at Joslin

  1. Joan Hill says:

    Congrats to Cindy! All the best to you my dear. Thanks for all the patients, but even more so for all you did to teach other educators how to care for these wonderful little cherubs!

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