Dr. John Diaz visits with his patient Anelisa Perez on June 16. Perez is undergoing treatment at South Miami Hospital for Stage 2 endometrial cancer.
Dr. John Diaz visits with his patient Anelisa Perez on June 16. Perez is undergoing treatment at South Miami Hospital for Stage 2 endometrial cancer. PATRICK FARRELL pfarrell@miamiherald.com
Dr. John Diaz visits with his patient Anelisa Perez on June 16. Perez is undergoing treatment at South Miami Hospital for Stage 2 endometrial cancer. PATRICK FARRELL pfarrell@miamiherald.com

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