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Christine Kubin On The Front Lines In New York


The first first-team All-American in UNC softball history, Christine Kubin played in 17 extra-inning games for the Tar Heels from 1993-96. Each one taught her the how to dig deep and get the job done. That lesson still comes in handy as a clinical pharmacy specialist in infectious diseases at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital amid the coronavirus pandemic. (GoHeels.com)

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Christine Kubin On The Front Lines In New York


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