Still just 21 years old, Emily Levy of Wellesley has suffered from chronic Lyme disease since 2007. For six months during her sophomore year at Babson College, she received intravenous treatment through a catheter line in her arm. She found the protectors available for the "peripherally inserted central catheter," or PICC, so disagreeable, however, that she covered hers with a sock.
Now a Babson senior and chief executive of PICCPerfect, Levy and fellow founders Yousef Al-Humaidhi of North Hampton, N.H., Maria del mar Gomez of Charlestown, and Hannah Conley of Plymouth have created a...
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