Maria Lencioni, whose struggle with terminal breast cancer is captured in Showtime's Time of Death.
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Breast cancer patient Heraleen Broome is helped by CT tech Sandra Davis after receiving a CT scan in San Francisco, California.
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Molly Ivins died Wednesday, January 31, 2007, after a long battle with breast cancer. She was 62.
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Decoding Breast Cancer
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A woman feels for breast cancer
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A breast cancer patient receives a chemotherapy
Bill Clinton hugs breast cancer survivor Tonia Conine in Oklahoma
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Liu Lichun, age 40, a breast cancer survivor, photographed at home in Shanghai, China.
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Detail of breast cancer cells. Over a lifetime, one in eight women is diagnosed with breast cancer.
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Jolie, in April, near the end of her three-month procedure to prevent breast cancer.
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U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Casi Soto lifts weights during the 2011 Barbells for Boobs breast-cancer fundraiser competition at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan.
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A woman covers her head to keep her warm while receiving chemotherapy for breast cancer.
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Susan Hershman, left, connects with Elizabeth Edwards about her battle with breast cancer while Edwards signs copies of her book "Saving Graces" at the City Club of Cleveland, Ohio, on March 26, 2007.