Alison Trope

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Alison Trope on KCRW

For the past few months we’ve been bringing you the  story  of Alison Trope and Judy Muller, two professors who teach a course together at USC and were each diagnosed with breast…

Judy Muller and Alison Trope on Living with Breast Cancer

For the past few months we’ve been bringing you the story of Alison Trope and Judy Muller, two professors who teach a course together at USC and were each diagnosed with breast…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Alison Trope and Judy Muller are two professors who teach a course together at USC and were each diagnosed with breast cancer around the same time.

USC Professors Face Cancer Together

Alison Trope and Judy Muller are two professors who teach a course together at USC and were each diagnosed with breast cancer around the same time.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Judy Muller and Alison Trope, who co-teach a class together at USC, were both diagnosed with breast cancer this last year.

2 Professors Face Breast Cancer Together

Judy Muller and Alison Trope, who co-teach a class together at USC, were both diagnosed with breast cancer this last year.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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