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House Proceeding on Jun 3rd, 2009 :: 1:38:05 to 1:40:20
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Lee Terry

1:38:05 to 1:38:26( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: of the sasesase race for the cure in the nation's capital and in transition to susan g. komen global race for the cure on june 6, 2009. so this saturday here in washington, d.c., d.c. will be the host of the susan g. komen and global race for the cure and participant will be

Lee Terry

1:38:05 to 1:40:20( Edit History Discussion )
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Lee Terry

1:38:27 to 1:38:50( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: walking, running, and even sleeping to help raise money for breast cancer research, education and community awareness. more than 50,000 participants, including 4,000 breast cancer survivors and hundreds of congressional and federal agency employees are expected

Lee Terry

1:38:51 to 1:39:11( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: for the 20th annual the mall. now, i'd like to at this point inject that omaha, nebraska's susan g. komen race is in october when it's a little cooler and we like running and walking. and our office has a team for that race.

Lee Terry

1:39:12 to 1:39:33( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: and i would encourage every congressional office in their districts to field a team to help raise awareness and research for breast cancer. my mother was a breast cancer survivor until a different cancer got her a year ago.

Lee Terry

1:39:34 to 1:39:55( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: so i would like to express m gratitude for the 1.3 billion, billion dollars the susan g. komen and for the race has invested helping more people survive the disease and creating strong support, strong community support for breast cancer survivors.

Lee Terry

1:39:56 to 1:40:16( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: publicity and privately funded research has resulted in the treatment that has raised the five-year survival rate for women with localized breast cancer from 80% in the 1950's to nearly 98% as we stand here today. i'd like to thank the author of

Lee Terry

1:40:17 to 1:40:20( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: the resolution, mr. gerald connelly of virginia, for his

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