Cynthia Bedell MSN, RN, ANP-C
Cynthia Bedell has a varied background in oncology nursing that includes the role of a clinical nurse specialist at Duke University Medical Center, development and management of a multi-disciplinary breast cancer center at John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek, California, and serving as a clinical trials nurse with US Oncology in Dallas and as a nurse practitioner at the Mary Crowley Medical Research Center at Medical City of Dallas. She is currently a nurse practitioner with Texas Oncology in Plano, Texas.
Cynthia has presented many times on a wide variety of topics, ranging from breast cancer to symptom management and new drug development. She has also written articles and textbook chapters and precepted students in graduate nursing programs. She currently volunteers and helps manage the clinical team for GDAS Cancer Clinic, a 100% volunteer clinic that provides chemotherapy and follow up for individuals with potentially curable cancers in need of adjuvant chemotherapy. Her current passions include sexual health and genetic counseling for individuals with a wide range of cancers. She has been active in the US Oncology GREAT genetics program for 3 years.