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Joanne Irwin,  a Cornell University certified plant-based educator, at her home in Naples. As a Cancer Project Food for Life instructor, she teaches classes on how to make the right food choices that can help prevent and survive cancer. Her next class takes place next Wednesday.

submitted Joanne Irwin, a Cornell University certified plant-based educator, at her home in Naples. As a Cancer Project Food for Life instructor, she teaches classes on how to make the right food choices that can help prevent and survive cancer. Her next class takes place next Wednesday.

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Joanne Irwin,  a Cornell University certified plant-based educator, at her home in Naples. As a Cancer Project Food for Life instructor, she teaches classes on how to make the right food choices that can help prevent and survive cancer. Her next class takes place next Wednesday.
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Joanne Irwin with a cup of her favorite breakfast, 'green goddess'. Every morning she has a kale smoothie and oatmeal.  Irwin will lead a seven-part series on healthy eating next Wednesday.
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Joanne Irwin with a cup of her favorite breakfast, 'green goddess'. Every morning she has a kale smoothie and oatmeal.  Irwin will lead a seven-part series on healthy eating next Wednesday.
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Joanne Irwin, a Cornell University certified plant-based educator and a Cancer Project Food for Life instructor, describes kale, a cabbage-like vegetable during a demonstration at her home. Irwin will lead a seven-part series on healthy eating next Wednesday.

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