Yvette Phillips, of Miami, has her blood pressure taken by University of Miami medical student Daniel Nelson at an event in Liberty City last year that offered free services to residents.
Yvette Phillips, of Miami, has her blood pressure taken by University of Miami medical student Daniel Nelson at an event in Liberty City last year that offered free services to residents. THEO KARANTSALIS FOR THE MIAMI HERALD
Yvette Phillips, of Miami, has her blood pressure taken by University of Miami medical student Daniel Nelson at an event in Liberty City last year that offered free services to residents. THEO KARANTSALIS FOR THE MIAMI HERALD

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