Told by doctors as a youth that she would never walk again, a determined and inspirational Jennifer Chang (right) overcame that diagnosis and is now a member of the world-renowned Miami Dolphins cheerleaders. She and her family (pictured - mom, sister, dad) defected from Cuba to Miami 11 years ago. A nursing student, Chang, 20, is a Palmetto High School and Miami Dade College graduate.
Told by doctors as a youth that she would never walk again, a determined and inspirational Jennifer Chang (right) overcame that diagnosis and is now a member of the world-renowned Miami Dolphins cheerleaders. She and her family (pictured - mom, sister, dad) defected from Cuba to Miami 11 years ago. A nursing student, Chang, 20, is a Palmetto High School and Miami Dade College graduate. Photo By Jim Varsallone
Told by doctors as a youth that she would never walk again, a determined and inspirational Jennifer Chang (right) overcame that diagnosis and is now a member of the world-renowned Miami Dolphins cheerleaders. She and her family (pictured - mom, sister, dad) defected from Cuba to Miami 11 years ago. A nursing student, Chang, 20, is a Palmetto High School and Miami Dade College graduate. Photo By Jim Varsallone

Dolphins cheerleader Jennifer Chang defies odds to walk, dance

May 20, 2016 01:09 AM

UPDATED May 20, 2016 01:10 AM

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