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  • Girls Love Mail: Letters to women battling breast cancer

    After her own breast cancer diagnosis, Folsom resident Gina Mulligan discovered the heartfelt power of handwritten notes from strangers. In 2011, she founded Girls Love Mail, which collects and sends encouraging notes to women nationwide newly diagnosed with breast cancer.

After her own breast cancer diagnosis, Folsom resident Gina Mulligan discovered the heartfelt power of handwritten notes from strangers. In 2011, she founded Girls Love Mail, which collects and sends encouraging notes to women nationwide newly diagnosed with breast cancer. Claudia Buck cbuck@sacbee.com
After her own breast cancer diagnosis, Folsom resident Gina Mulligan discovered the heartfelt power of handwritten notes from strangers. In 2011, she founded Girls Love Mail, which collects and sends encouraging notes to women nationwide newly diagnosed with breast cancer. Claudia Buck cbuck@sacbee.com

Girls Love Mail sends handwritten notes to women fighting breast cancer

April 18, 2016 6:00 AM

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