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Disease in remission, Josh Adams hoping to play again


UNC receiver pulled in a short pass and grinned as if he had caught a game-winning touchdown. It was only practice, a drill he had performed hundreds of times. But nine months ago, after being diagnosed with ANCA vasculitis, a rare autoimmune disorder that attacked his kidneys, he wondered if he would ever leave his hospital bed, much less put on his pads and return to the football field. (Raleigh News & Observer)

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