- Bachelor of Science, Nursing - University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
- Master of Science, Nursing - University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
- Licensed Registered Nurse
- Family Nurse Practitioner – American Association of Nurse Practitioners
Lynn Misch, Nurse Practitioner, works in the Breast Cancer Center at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), Chicago. Misch works with a team of experts to help patients fight breast cancer.
As a breast cancer survivor herself, Misch knows how important it is to deliver individualized cancer treatment while also proactively managing side effects. “Every patient is unique, and so is every cancer, because there is significant diversity and differences between each patient’s tumor," says Misch. “Every component of treatment at CTCA® is customized for each patient.”
After earning her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Misch decided to continue her education to expand her professional horizons. She completed a Master of Science degree in nursing at the same university.
Prior to joining CTCA in 2013, Misch served patients as director of health promotion and wellness at a community practice. She has also taught nursing at her alma mater, University of Milwaukee-Wisconsin. Misch is a member of several professional associations, including the American Nurses Association, Wisconsin Nurses Association and Kenosha-Racine Nurses Association.
Outside of CTCA, Misch is an avid bicyclist and likes to travel. She enjoys gardening and spending time with her family, friends and dogs.
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