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The Race Is Run One Step At A Time: Every Woman's Guide To Taking Charge Of Breast Cancer & My Personal Story

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People will benefit from Nancy Brinker's knowledge and her uncanny ability to express it thoughtfully, in language we can all understand and pass on.-- Betty Ford
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Published by Summit Publishing Group (first published October 1990)
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Born Nancy Goodman in Peoria, Illinois to Marvin Goodman, a businessman and Ellie Goodman, a Girl Scout leader and community activist. Her sister Suzy was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1977 and died in 1980. By her side through three brutal years of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation, Nancy promised her she would do everything to stop the heartless progression and social stigma of breast ...more
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