Ever since Frances Alvarez started going to the Spinal Cord Living-Assistance Development, staffers in the charity group noticed that she was different. Her good humor and determination to move ahead made her stand out.
Ever since Frances Alvarez started going to the Spinal Cord Living-Assistance Development, staffers in the charity group noticed that she was different. Her good humor and determination to move ahead made her stand out. PEDRO PORTAL pportal@elnuevoherald.com
Ever since Frances Alvarez started going to the Spinal Cord Living-Assistance Development, staffers in the charity group noticed that she was different. Her good humor and determination to move ahead made her stand out. PEDRO PORTAL pportal@elnuevoherald.com

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