It is vitally important for medical personnel to help patients understand health information and empower them to make good health decisions. However, health literacy becomes even more crucial for those who are facing complicated diseases like cancer. Twenty-year Harbin Clinic veteran Amy Brooks serves as a Clinical Nurse Leader and Case Manager at Harbin Clinic Tony E. Warren Cancer Center, with the vital job of educating patients on how to take drugs orally to treat various types of cancer. … By being an engaged and accessible provider, Amy empowers patients to take charge of their treatment, health, and overall healing while reassuring and supporting them every step of the way. It is my privilege to nominate Amy Brooks for the 2014 Health Literacy Hero recognition. Posted 2014.