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Meet the former UNC lacrosse player fighting COVID-19 on the front lines


Elizabeth Haus was in high school when she first realized she wanted to work in the medical field. Now, after spending four years on the North Carolina women's lacrosse team from 2015 to 2018, she's a registered nurse stemming the tide of COVID-19 at Children's Hospital Colorado in Denver, working 12-hour shifts in a pediatric intensive care unit. (Daily Tar Heel)

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