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Passed House without amendment (10/16/2002)

Expresses the sense of Congress that: (1) Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a special opportunity to educate about the importance of monthly breast self-examinations and annual mammograms; (2) it is appropriate to salute the more than 2,000,000 breast cancer survivors in the United States and the efforts of victims, volunteers and professionals who are combating breast cancer; and (3) national and community organizations should be recognized for their work in promoting awareness about breast cancer and providing information and treatment to its sufferers.