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Renee Zellweger is Living Proof

Renee Zellweger is Living Proof

Renee Zellweger is re-teaming with her Chicago producers to executive produce an original movie for Lifetime that will raise awareness for breast cancer issues, reports Reuters.

Living Proof tells the true story of Denny Slamon (Harry Connick Jr.), a UCLA doctor who developed the breast cancer drug Herceptin 2, and his relentless battle to keep the drug trials afloat and save the lives of thousands of women.

“The whole goal of this movie is to bring even greater awareness to the problem that women face with breast cancer and to create this very high-profile event,” said Neil Meron, executive producer.

Living Proof is set to air in October as the “programming centerpiece” of Lifetime’s 14th annual public awareness campaign “Stop Breast Cancer for Life.”

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11 Responses to “Renee Zellweger is Living Proof”

  1. 1
    Vanessa Says:

    First!

  2. 2
    KK Says:

    I don’t understand what happened to her.. she used to be so pretty..

  3. 3
    the real gossip girl Says:

    its her hair it does nothing for her nevertheless shes a good actress

  4. 4
    Mavichula Says:

    I LOVE RENNE! BUT I DO THINK SHE CHANGE SOMETHING ON HER FACE I WISH I NEW WHAT!

  5. 5
    diane Says:

    I like her hair I think it suits her face

  6. 6
    Elisa Says:

    I don’t know why, but these days her her always looks like she just rolled out of bed and left the house… A great actress nonetheless!

  7. 7
    Elisa Says:

    *hair

  8. 8
    babytee Says:

    This movie sounds like an advertisement for a new drug by the pharmaceutical companies. What better way is there of advertising their new drug then the captive lifetime audience? Zellweger should be ashamed of herself.

  9. 9
    lolly Says:

    I only read this because it said Renee Zellweger- and then I thought Chicago. Then I read it and says chicago and I got all excited, but then not so much….
    Looks like it would be an interesting and supporting fim though.

  10. 10
    Julie Says:

    I’m so sorry. But she is so ugly.

  11. 11
    Mary Says:

    This is exciting to those of us with breast cancer who are being treated with Herceptin. It may seem like an advertisement to some but to me it will be fascinating to find out how this drug that has saved my life was developed. Without it I wouldn’t be here.

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