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Riporter was diagnosed with breast cancer in live show - drugdiscovery.com
Riporter was diagnosed with breast cancer in live show - drugdiscovery.com


Amy Robach undergone mammography in live TV show. She was diagnosed with cancer. However, she is not the only celebrity, who has to fight with the disease.
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