Can a middle-aged woman change the world?
Brinker remembers how Mrs. Ford was one of the first to call in 1984 when Brinker was diagnosed with breast cancer.
“She told me that she knew I would be frustrated and get sad, and cry and act out, but it should just be for that day and then I should think about what I'm doing and have to do and then go forward.”
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