Joanna Rudnick

documentary filmmaker

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Documentary filmmaker and BRCA activist, who made In the Family, a personal film about her own experience with BRCA

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In 1974, First Lady Betty Ford talked openly about her mastectomy, bringing the fears of every woman out into the open.

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In 1974, First Lady Betty Ford talked openly about her mastectomy, bringing the fears of every woman out into the open.

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