Yes, these doctors and med students make house calls
BY CRYSTAL CHEW
Special to the Miami Herald
Sarah Braxton has spent most of her life taking care of her family.
First she took care of her daughter, Pretious Latae Walker, who had open-heart surgery when she was 21 and died about four years later. Then it was her mother, Pauline Mason, who had a heart attack and a stroke in her early 30s. She died two years ago on Christmas Eve.
Even with the history of heart disease in her family, it wasn’t until recently that Braxton, 51, decided to start caring for herself.
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