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TV newswoman Joan Lunden fought a public battle with breast cancer last year. Now she has a new book, “Had I Known: A Story of Survival,” and has become an advocate for others in the fight. “There’s a power in everyone reaching out,” Lunden tells TODAY’s Hoda Kotb, a fellow breast cancer survivor.