Dr. Lumy Sawaki, the self-dubbed "crying doctor," is part of a team developing the biotechnology that will help a paralyzed patient kick the first ball when the World Cup opens in Brazil. "It's just so emotional," Sawaki said of her work.
Dr. Lumy Sawaki, the self-dubbed "crying doctor," is part of a team developing the biotechnology that will help a paralyzed patient kick the first ball when the World Cup opens in Brazil. "It's just so emotional," Sawaki said of her work. Herald-Leader
Dr. Lumy Sawaki, the self-dubbed "crying doctor," is part of a team developing the biotechnology that will help a paralyzed patient kick the first ball when the World Cup opens in Brazil. "It's just so emotional," Sawaki said of her work. Herald-Leader

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