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  • ABC News' '20/20' will feature inspirational Pascagoula doctor

    Dr. Tyler Sexton, a staff pediatrician who overcame the odds and became a doctor with disabling cerebral palsy, is being featured on an upcoming ABC News “20/20” to promote their new television series, “The Good Doctor." The film crew was in Pascagoula on Wednesday, September 6, 2017, to film Dr. Sexton on the job.

ABC News' '20/20' will feature inspirational Pascagoula doctor

Dr. Tyler Sexton, a staff pediatrician who overcame the odds and became a doctor with disabling cerebral palsy, is being featured on an upcoming ABC News “20/20” to promote their new television series, “The Good Doctor." The film crew was in Pascagoula on Wednesday, September 6, 2017, to film Dr. Sexton on the job.
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