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Raysa Fernandez was a normal 16-year-old schoolgirl in Jaguey Gran, when her life was turned upside-down when she was diagnosed with cancer. Cuban doctors amputated her right shoulder and arm in order to stem the disease and save her life.

Raysa Fernandez was a normal 16-year-old schoolgirl in Jaguey Gran, when her life was turned upside-down when she was diagnosed with cancer. Cuban doctors amputated her right shoulder and arm in order to stem the disease and save her life.

May 4, 2005
Tampa, Florida
Art Gagne adjust the position of the fingers on the a prosthetic hand that is being prepared for Raysa Fernandez.

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