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Breast Cancer Campaigns Need More Action, Less Awareness

One of my best friends from high school, Stephanie, died from breast cancer two years ago. She had battled the disease for years and just when things began to positively come together in her life, it came back with a vengeance and killed her. This being October and Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I thought of Stephanie and the many breast cancer campaigns now in full swing.
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