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- Dr. Annette Beecher Gynecologic oncologist at Fairfax INOVA Hospital and George Washington University Medical Center
- Patricia Goldman Pres. of the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance
- Dr. Susan Love Adjunct prof of surgery at the University of California--Los Angeles and author of "Dr. Susan Love's Hormone Book" (Random House) and "Dr. Susan Love's Breast Book" (Perseus)
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