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#5852 Betty Ford

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First Lady from 1974 to 1977, Betty Ford brought a refreshing openness and candor to the role, discussing topics such as breast cancer, addiction, and women's rights, challenging societal taboos and advocating for greater awareness and acceptance.

Her own battle with breast cancer and addiction to painkillers following a mastectomy prompted her to establish the Betty Ford Center, a renowned addiction treatment facility in California, in 1982. Through her courage and advocacy, she helped destigmatize addiction and promote a more compassionate approach to treatment.

Betty Ford's legacy extends far beyond her time in the White House. She remains an icon of strength, resilience, and advocacy, inspiring countless individuals to seek help and embrace recovery. She passed away on July 8, 2011, but her impact continues to resonate, leaving an enduring legacy of compassion and empowerment.


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