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By Kendall Lanier, NewsVision reporter
First Lady Jill Biden recently hosted a national roundtable at the White House to bring awareness to the fight against cervical and breast cancer. Music superstar Mary J. Blige, whose family has been impacted by the disease, took part in the event, which was co-sponsored by the American Cancer Society. NewsVision reporter Kendall Lanier reports from the White House.
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