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We congratulate: Breast cancer survicor who set such an example

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By The Staff

Wasn’t the story of Lynn Whitehouse one of Shelby County’s feel-good stories of the year?

Ms. Whitehouse is our neighbor who ran in the Derby Festival mini-marathon in 2009, found she had an aggressive form of breast cancer, was treated radically for it and came back to run the mini again two weeks ago.

On Friday she participated in the walk of breast cancer survivors just before post time for the Kentucky Oaks, a celebration to raise awareness for the Susan G. Komen Foundation and the need for research in breast cancer.


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