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Women design bracelets for groups sharing a message: End Alzheimer's

by Kate Daly

When Suzy Beugen Bishop ran track at Woodside High in the late 1970s she was so fast she went on to earn a full-ride scholarship to University of California, Los Angeles, and a spot as first alternate on the women's marathon team in the 1984 Summer Olympics.

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