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Volunteers knit handmade protheses for breast cancer survivors

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By Michelle Brycki

Monday, Oct. 8, 2012
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Approximately 50 volunteers at Tempe Yarn & Fiber have knitted over a thousand handmade prostheses, also known as knockers, for Valley women who had mastectomies due to breast cancer. Cronkite News reporter Michelle Brycki talks with some of the volunteers about why this good cause keeps them knitting.

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