October 2007
Glamour;Oct2007, Vol. 105 Issue 10, p36
The article focuses on the experiences of breast cancer patients. Particular attention is given to the stories of Wendy Morse and Stephanie Williams, two women who were featured in previous issues of "Glamour" magazine and lost their lives to cancer. Article topics include the impact these women had on "Glamour" readers, and an update on how their families and friends continue to remember and honor their memory.


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