Breast Cancer Walk

Reather Dawson,right, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLCUL000210" title="Orlando Health" href="/topic/health/healthcare/orlando-health-PLCUL000210.topic">Orlando Health</a> takes a picture of Christina Trout, 30, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100414020000" title="Casselberry" href="/topic/us/florida/seminole-county/casselberry-PLGEO100100414020000.topic">Casselberry</a>, 2nd from left, a cancer survivor with her family Annaliese, 4, Ethan, 11, and Caleb, 8, 150 breast-cancer patients and survivors and politicians along with members from M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Orlando participate in a walk from City Hall to the M.D.Anderson Cancer Center to kick off "Pink October" in honor of the progress made against <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HEDAI0000012" title="Breast Cancer" href="/topic/health/diseases-illnesses/breast-cancer-HEDAI0000012.topic">breast cancer</a>.
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( RED HUBER, ORLANDO SENTINEL / October 8, 2010 )

Reather Dawson,right, Orlando Health takes a picture of Christina Trout, 30, Casselberry, 2nd from left, a cancer survivor with her family Annaliese, 4, Ethan, 11, and Caleb, 8, 150 breast-cancer patients and survivors and politicians along with members from M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Orlando participate in a walk from City Hall to the M.D.Anderson Cancer Center to kick off "Pink October" in honor of the progress made against breast cancer.

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