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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Karen Haller
At a time when many Americans are in desperate need of a job, the field of nursing will soon be in desperate need of Americans.
"When we don't have enough nurses, we close beds. There's less access to health care for the public. We can't put a patient in a hospital bed if we don't have the nurses to take care of him," Ms. Haller said. "[That will] not be a good situation for the public to be in."
Ms. Haller of Johns Hopkins said the shortage will have disastrous effects without more trained nurses.