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A vocal and respected LGBTQ author and advocate, Urvashi Vaid also championed HIV issues during the early AIDS epidemic.
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Activist, philanthropist and strategist Mary Lasker helped lead the movement behind the National Cancer Act of 1971
Retired NYPD officer Patti M. discusses her experience as a 12-year survivor of cervical cancer
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The Dana-Farber Cancer Institute answers your common questions about testing for mutations in BRCA genes associated with cancer.
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