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What Men Against Breast Cancer Want You To Know

Photograph by Angelo Meredino In 1992, former Baltimore Orioles baseball player Marc Heyison was informed that his mother had breast cancer. At the time, he was 29 years old, but the voice in his head reverted to that of a small child paralyzed by unconscionable news, and fearing the worst..."Mommy is going to die." That defining moment led Marc, his father, brother and their wives to make a conscious decision, that collectively they would band together and ensure she never had to face any component of treatment or rehabilitation, alone.
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