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AFTER BEATING LEUKEMIA AS A TEEN, RACHEL BARCLAY HONORS THOSE WHO CARED FOR HER BY BECOMING A NURSE HERSELF
A Close Connection “I love my job,” says Barclay, with patient Salote Lauti, 12. “I can’t think of any other place I’d rather be.”

Rachel Barclay was only 16—and a star volleyball player at her high school in Utah—when she was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia in June 2010. “There were days when I simply didn’t want to

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