I am so proud of the citizens of Ukraine who have finally risen up to fight for their rights and speak up for democracy, honesty in government and an end to the old style of corruption (“Rise up, Ukraine,” Cover, Dec. 13). I get a lump in my throat watching the crowds braving the cold and singing the Ukrainian anthem.
Olga Logvynenko saw an opportunity to change, and perhaps even save, her life. The retired Edmonton schoolteacher caught a recruitment ad on TV for a study on how exercise helps prevent breast cancer. Researchers wanted women, aged 50 to 74, who had no previous cancer diagnosis and led sedentary lives.By BRIAN BERGMAN, KARIN MARLEY6 min
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