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Nellie Sandoval , (right) with her daughter, Stefanie Raymond-Whish, and grandchildren, Darby, 13, and Cade, 4, and a portrait of her mother, Bessie Sandoval, who died of breast cancer. Nellie Sandoval was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 38, and since has helped Navajo women overcome taboos in dealing with the disease. SAM MINKLER

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