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Judi Hirshfield-Bartek
Breast Cancer Activist

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I do sometimes [feel that it is hard to have work that is paid work and work that is unpaid] because what happens is that there is so much stuff to be done in terms of the breast cancer activism that it can sort of suck you dry sometimes. And then you don't have the emotion or the energy for your family when they need you. So sometimes that is hard.

And then there are times when I'll take a step back and say, 'All right, I have to set a priority here. I'm sorry, I can't go to that board meeting because I really do have my kid's open house at school tonight and I just have to miss the board meeting.' There's never enough time.


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