When Clint Burns was 25, he received a liver transplant at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. “I went from being terminally ill to being cured,” says Burns. Three months later, he started nursing school. Upon graduation, he accepted a job at Hopkins Hospital, working alongside nurses who had cared for him a few years earlier.
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