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Latina Health Champion Spotlights Cancer Risks

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Ysabel Duron, founder of Latinas Contra Cancer, is on a mission to lower cancer mortality among Latinas. In this five-question interview she talks about what works and problems, such as scarce research, that desperately need a remedy.

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