Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight – Bárbara Mori

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Bárbara Mori, the famous Mexico-Uruguayan actress from the film Insignificant Things was treated for breast cancer when she was 29 years old. She underwent an operation to have the cancer removed and did not need chemotherapy. She shared her breast cancer journey in the 2010 documentary 1 a Minute, with celebrity cancer survivors Olivia Newton John and Kelly McGillis, among others.

Source: http://mamiverse.com/famous-latinas-cancer-battle-25810/

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Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight – Adamari Lopez

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Puerto Rican actress Un Nuevo Dia morning show host, Adamari Lopez, at the age of 33 was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005. She underwent surgery and chemotherapy to fight the cancer and is in remission and enduring maintenance treatment today. In the past she was a spokesperson for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation.

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Source: http://mamiverse.com/famous-latinas-cancer-battle-25810/