Women who lose hair struggle with identity

Sep 21, 2011 Full story: South Bend Tribune

Shirley Berger holds a photo of herself taken at Venice Beach, Calif., in 1960. She's about 20 in the picture and looks like Elizabeth Taylor: the same thick eyebrows and upturned nose.

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Steve Cook DrBrett Bolton

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#1 Sep 27, 2011
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