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Caring for a loved one who had cystic fibrosis and was waiting for a transplant, while trying to complete a PhD programme, seemed impossible, writes Luke Yates. But he wasn’t made to feel “unworthy” of a studentship or that his limitations were a bu

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Caring for a loved one who had cystic fibrosis and was waiting for a transplant, while trying to complete a PhD programme, seemed impossible, writes Luke Yates. But he wasn’t made to feel “unworthy” of a studentship or that his limitations were a burden. https://go.nature.com/35R4Wgz 

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