The family at Luz Corona Gomez’s June 3 graduation from medical school at UCLA. Parents Rafael and Liduvina stand on each side of their five daughters, from left: Maria Sofia, Guadalupe, Luz, Leticia and Karina.
The family at Luz Corona Gomez’s June 3 graduation from medical school at UCLA. Parents Rafael and Liduvina stand on each side of their five daughters, from left: Maria Sofia, Guadalupe, Luz, Leticia and Karina. Special to The Bee
The family at Luz Corona Gomez’s June 3 graduation from medical school at UCLA. Parents Rafael and Liduvina stand on each side of their five daughters, from left: Maria Sofia, Guadalupe, Luz, Leticia and Karina. Special to The Bee

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