Mount Sinai Medical Center breast cancer patient Rachel Braga is undergoing chemo and sitting with a DigniCap, which has a temperature of around 32 degrees Fahrenheit.
Mount Sinai Medical Center breast cancer patient Rachel Braga is undergoing chemo and sitting with a DigniCap, which has a temperature of around 32 degrees Fahrenheit. Mount Sinai Medical Center
Mount Sinai Medical Center breast cancer patient Rachel Braga is undergoing chemo and sitting with a DigniCap, which has a temperature of around 32 degrees Fahrenheit. Mount Sinai Medical Center

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