Margit Cooper works in her yard Sunday, not long after having a transcatheter aortic valve replacement at the University of Miami Health System.
Margit Cooper works in her yard Sunday, not long after having a transcatheter aortic valve replacement at the University of Miami Health System. PATRICK FARRELL Miami Herald Staff
Margit Cooper works in her yard Sunday, not long after having a transcatheter aortic valve replacement at the University of Miami Health System. PATRICK FARRELL Miami Herald Staff

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