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- Dr. John Gallin Director of the Clinical Center at the National Institutes of Health
- Jane Reese Colburn National Cancer Institute consultant
- Terry Toigo Food and Drug Administration Office of Special Health Issues
- Pat Barr Past board member of the National Breast Cancer Coalition and founder of the Breast Cancer Network in Vermont
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