Igor and Olga Quintero program the monitoring system for their daughter Ivanna Quintero, 11, who has diabetes.
Igor and Olga Quintero program the monitoring system for their daughter Ivanna Quintero, 11, who has diabetes. CHRIS CUTRO FOR THE MIAMI HERALD
Igor and Olga Quintero program the monitoring system for their daughter Ivanna Quintero, 11, who has diabetes. CHRIS CUTRO FOR THE MIAMI HERALD

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