Barbara Seaman was a women’s health writer, activist, mother, and grandmother. She wrote eight books and is remembered by many as a principal founder of the women’s health movement. She died of lung cancer in February 2008.
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I was lucky enough to know Barbara personally, but she was more than just a close friend. She was a mentor, an inspirer, and someone who had total faith in the next generation. She completely believed that there would be young women able to take on her life’s work after she passed away, and do even more with it. Everyone she knew, she inspired and touched in some way. These people are all Barbara’s angels.