Amy Harmon

New York Times

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National correspondent for the New York Times and a 2008 Pulitzer Prize-winner for Explanatory Reporting

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In today's  New York Times , one of the world's most famous bodies reveals that faced with an 87 percent chance of breast cancer she's had a preventive double mastectomy.

Angelina Jolie's Double Mastectomy

In today's New York Times , one of the world's most famous bodies reveals that faced with an 87 percent chance of breast cancer she's had a preventive double mastectomy.

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It's white, furry, cute and cuddly – and its name is Paro.

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