Six DACA recipients graduated from medical school this month Sunday, the first DACA recipients in the nation reach that feat. Yahoo Lifestyle spoke to one about the struggles she endured and those still to come.
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She tried injection drugs briefly when she was 18, and contracted a disease that nearly killed her years later.
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An Indianapolis woman died after contracting a flesh-eating bacteria while on vacation in Florida. Carol Martin and her husband, Richard, went on their annual vacation in February to Clearwater, Florida. When they got home, Carol noticed what looked like a pimple pop up on her right butt cheek. It was sore and somewhat painful, so she went to the doctor twice. Both times they gave her antibiotics that didn’t work. The sore continued to grow. So after the third trip, ...
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Many people take issue with the words “fight” and “battle” in relation to cancer, saying that it subjects patients to unfair pressure to overcome the disease.