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Walk for cancer research nets $3 million over 10 years.
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WESTERLY — Three local people will be honored during the month of October when the greater Westerly-Pawcatuck area goes pink to highlight breast cancer awareness.
Waterford — By developing a more precise understanding of how and why breast cancer cells grow and develop, and how to help the body combat them when they do, three researchers supported by grants from the Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation are hoping to contribute to improving chances of prevention and survival from this disease
Raising Funds for Breast Cancer Research: For the past 10 years, Patricia Newborg has helped to organize the annual Terri Brodeur Walk that raises funds for breast cancer research. This year the walk takes place on Saturday, Oct. 3, rain or shine.