Lambda Literary on So Much to Be Done

By Rachel Wexelbaum
Lambda Literary

Brenner_So coverBreast cancer affects one in eight women in the United States. Ashkenazi Jewish women and lesbians are high-risk populations. Jewish lesbian Barbara Brenner, first diagnosed with breast cancer as a high school student, devoted her life to advocating for breast cancer patients and survivors. So Much To Be Done: The Writings of Breast Cancer Activist Barbara Brenner is a posthumous collection of Brenner’s writings and blog posts, a record of her accomplishments and philosophy of life.

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