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The first week of April was a low point in University of Missouri School of Law Dean Lyrissa Lidsky’s four-month-old battle with breast cancer. She’d recently wrapped up her fourth round of chemotherapy and a bout of bronchitis had exiled her to her home for a week of recovery—doctor’s orders. Being away from the campus and job she loves was difficult, she said.

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