Katherine Masterton, DNP, CNP, AGACNP-BC

Hematology & Oncology

Practices In: Lisle
Patients Seen: Adults

What drew me to oncol­o­gy, and what has kept me here, is the oppor­tu­ni­ty to meet you where you are and walk with you from diag­no­sis through treat­ment and beyond. With a can­cer diag­no­sis, you become an expert in some­thing you nev­er want­ed to be an expert in. It’s my hope to con­fi­dent­ly and com­pas­sion­ate­ly guide you through each step and road bump, col­lab­o­rat­ing with you and your loved ones to make the best care deci­sions for you.

Novem­ber is Lung Can­cer Aware­ness month. Lung can­cer is the lead­ing cause of can­cer-relat­ed death in the Unit­ed States. How­ev­er, when diag­nosed ear­ly with a low-dose CT scan, lung can­cer is more like­ly to be cur­able, with sur­vival rates jump­ing to near­ly 60 per­cent. Click here for more infor­ma­tion on who should be screened for lung cancer.

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Languages
English
Clinical Interests

Chemotherapy/​biotherapy adverse effects

Personal Interests

I enjoy spend­ing time with my fam­i­ly, read­ing, and gar­den­ing. I’m always look­ing for good book rec­om­men­da­tions and any gar­den­ing tips are much appreciated!

School
University of Notre Dame Graduation Date: 2013 Degree: CNP
Rush University Graduation Date: 2021 Degree: Doctorate of Nursing Practice

Procedures

Bone Marrow Biopsy, Chemotherapy