Ben Weast, left, a medical family therapist with Duke’s Cancer Patient Support Program, visits with Glenn Boyette of the Clayton Fear Farm on Friday at the farm on Loop Road.
Ben Weast, left, a medical family therapist with Duke’s Cancer Patient Support Program, visits with Glenn Boyette of the Clayton Fear Farm on Friday at the farm on Loop Road. ndunn@newsobserver.com
Ben Weast, left, a medical family therapist with Duke’s Cancer Patient Support Program, visits with Glenn Boyette of the Clayton Fear Farm on Friday at the farm on Loop Road. ndunn@newsobserver.com

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