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Teri McCall doesn’t like to talk much about her lawsuit against Monsanto. Even as the litigation slogs forward, as lawyers thumb through millions of documents, studies, memos, and reports, and as expert witnesses prepare their testimonies for the long-winding case that may take years to resolve, McCall is trying to move past her pain. Doing so has been made harder by the fact that she was diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer shortly after losing Jack. She tackled the cancer with aggressive surgery and now considers that fight also part of her past. Still, she has lost weight; the slim blue jeans and soft blouses she favors hang loose on her limbs. Her blue eyes and honey-blond hair still have the brightness of a woman decades younger, but her face has gained shadows of grief that she is not sure will ever be erased.

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