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ADVANCE FOR MONDAY DEC. 14, 2015 AND THEREAFTER - Shriners Hospital for Children flight nurses Stacey Brewster, left, and Gene McGowen are part of a team that fly around the world to pick up a patient severely burned needing to come to Galveston. Shriners Hospital for Children’s specially trained flight nurses that make up the hospital’s air transport program have helped bring almost 1,500 patients to the Galveston burn hospital since 1985.  (Jennifer Reynolds/The Galveston County Daily News via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

ADVANCE FOR MONDAY DEC. 14, 2015 AND THEREAFTER - Shriners Hospital for Children flight nurses Stacey Brewster, left, and Gene McGowen are part of a team that fly around the world to pick up a patient severely burned needing to come to Galveston. Shriners Hospital for Children’s specially trained flight nurses that make up the hospital’s air transport program have helped bring almost 1,500 patients to the Galveston burn hospital since 1985. (Jennifer Reynolds/The Galveston County Daily News via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

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