Avon calling

April 1995
Advocate;4/18/95, Issue 679, p16
Reports on the Mary-Helen Mautner Project for Lesbians With Cancer's announcement that the Avon Breast Health Access Fund has provided a $20,000 grant to develop breast health education project for lesbians.


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