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How a disease pushed this college student to start up

BOSTON – During her sophomore year at Babson College, Emily Levy’s college experience took an unexpected turn. She was diagnosed with chronic neurological lyme disease. Although she tried to keep her illness a secret for nearly a year, she couldn’t conceal the evidence. Levy had to wear a PICC line– a peripherally inserted central catheter – on her upper arm, which fed a constant stream of medications through an IV tube connected to her heart.
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