The Susan G. Komen

By Sharon Cole There is something uplifting, even cheerful, about a delicately colored envelope—particularly a pink one. It could be subliminal. Aside from the old "pink slip" and maybe Pepto Bismol, this comforting color is generally associated with good things—flowers, spring, candy. It even has become synonymous with one very good thing—the effort to cure and prevent breast cancer. The latter is exactly the case with this mailing, which appeared in the Who's Mailing What! Archive in April. In fact, on the front of the envelope is the unmistakable ribbon and insignia of The Susan G. Komen (SGK) Breast Cancer Foundation. Instantly, the

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