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Survivors talks about beating breast cancer

By GuardianLife
12 October 2019   |   7:00 pm
In 1985, Breast Cancer Awareness Month was founded. Almost 34 years later, it has become a cultural phenomenon. ⁣ Guardian Life Magazine caught up with three breast cancer survivors, Mrs Kehinde Gbelee, Mrs Ebunola Anozie and Della Ogunyele. ⁣

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