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December 25, 2015 5:00 AM

U.S. breast cancer stamp hits milestone: 1 billion sold

First issued in 1998, the stamp raises research money for breast cancer

Sacramento breast cancer expert Dr. Ernie Bodai originated the stamp

Sold worldwide, U.S. breast stamps have generated nearly $82 million for research

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