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The War on Cancer at 50: The Origin Story Begins With a Socialite Citizen-Lobbyist  

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The roots of the National Cancer Act can be traced to a small home in Watertown, Wisconsin. In the early 1900s, a girl named Mary tagged along when her mother went to visit their laundress, Mrs. Belter, who had breast cancer. When they arrived, the woman was in bed, her seven children around her.

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The War on Cancer at 50: The Origin Story Begins With a Socialite Citizen-Lobbyist

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