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Nancy Evans

Nancy Evans is a health science writer and editor. Diagnosed with breast cancer in 1991, she was an early leader in the breast cancer movement. She has written and spoken on breast cancer issues nationally and internationally. Formerly health science consultant for the Breast Cancer Fund, she served as editor of State of the Evidence: The Connection Between the Environment and Breast Cancer. Evans is also a co-producer (with Allie Light and the late Irving Saraf) of RACHEL'S DAUGHTERS: Searching for the Causes of Breast Cancer. (09/15)

Rachel's Daughters
A film by Allie Light and Irving Saraf
Produced with Nancy Evans
, 1997, 107 min., Color

From the makers of the Oscar-winning IN THE SHADOWS OF THE STARS, this fascinating documentary follows a group of women - all breast cancer activists ...

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