In June, Alexander Sheppard, a 60-year-old grandfather from South Miami-Dade, felt a knot in his chest and went to the doctor. A subsequent biopsy revealed he had breast cancer and he underwent surgery. Now he is awaiting a clean bill of health at his six-month mark.
In June, Alexander Sheppard, a 60-year-old grandfather from South Miami-Dade, felt a knot in his chest and went to the doctor. A subsequent biopsy revealed he had breast cancer and he underwent surgery. Now he is awaiting a clean bill of health at his six-month mark. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com
In June, Alexander Sheppard, a 60-year-old grandfather from South Miami-Dade, felt a knot in his chest and went to the doctor. A subsequent biopsy revealed he had breast cancer and he underwent surgery. Now he is awaiting a clean bill of health at his six-month mark. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com

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