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She watched them slowly die. Tiffany Busby remembers the little details. Names. Faces. The eerie whoosh of the ventilators. The sobs of family members on video calls. Her goggles fogging up and filling with her own tears. There were so many patients, the former intensive care nurse says, so many tortured COVID cases. She cared for them until their final breaths, playing both caregiver and loved one as visitors were barred from their bedsides. Then in June 2021, Busby’s heart began to race. A colleague told her she looked ill. Her face went white. The panic was creeping in again. Busby, 39, tri…

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