David Weissman, 71, an avid golfer from Boynton Beach, recently had stem cell treatment in his left knee and says he now can walk, exercise and play golf with very little pain.
David Weissman, 71, an avid golfer from Boynton Beach, recently had stem cell treatment in his left knee and says he now can walk, exercise and play golf with very little pain. CHRIS CUTRO FOR THE MIAMI HERALD
David Weissman, 71, an avid golfer from Boynton Beach, recently had stem cell treatment in his left knee and says he now can walk, exercise and play golf with very little pain. CHRIS CUTRO FOR THE MIAMI HERALD

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