Eye on the Conejo

Making a difference
Some people see a need and do nothing.
Others, like Rachel Shur, do something.
After beating cancer—not once, but twice—Shur saw a need for a new cancer counseling organization, so she created UCAAN, the United Cancer Advocacy Action Network.
As an adult in her mid-20s with cancer, Shur was aware of the existing nonprofits that help cancer patients.
One is focused mostly on raising money for research. Another’s priority is children. And a third mostly work...

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