Journalist Katie Couric is working on a new campaign that helps cancer survivors and their caregivers with input from other survivors. The campaign, called With Love, Me, features stories from other survivors writing letters to themselves. (June 12)
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Rwandan Rebels Seek Security Before They Disarm
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Banned Political Documentary Screened in Malaysia
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