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Zora Kramer Brown

The Scientist Date: February 3, 1997 Photo: Hason Miccolo Johnson THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional (609)-786-7207 For Fast Service "THE SCIENTIST provides an important source of information on what's happening within the scientific community on breast cancer research and what kinds of information scientists need to make study determinations. THE SCIENTIST is very useful." Zora Kramer Brown Executive Director Breast Cancer Resource Committee Washington, D.

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The Scientist

Date: February 3, 1997

Photo: Hason Miccolo Johnson

THE SCIENTIST®

The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional
(609)-786-7207 For Fast Service
"THE SCIENTIST provides an important source of information on what's happening within the scientific community on breast cancer research and what kinds of information scientists need to make study determinations. THE SCIENTIST is very useful."

Zora Kramer Brown
Executive Director Breast Cancer Resource Committee
Washington, D.C.

Zora Kramer Brown knows what it is like to survive breast cancer and she wants other African American women to know, too. That's why she founded the Breast Cancer Resource Committee, a nonprofit group dedicated to ensuring that the concerns of African American women are heard in the debate over breast cancer.

Brown says the idea for the group came to her while she attended a National Cancer Institute forum in early 1989. She recalls, "Speaker after speaker talked...

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