CINCINNATI — NFL players Mark Sanchez and Eli Manning may be the first celebrities to join Kroger Co.'s breast cancer awareness campaign, but the true stars are real-life survivors of the disease. More than 50 Kroger employees afflicted with breast cancer join survivors from PepsiCo and other sponsors on private-label and national-brand packages and signs in 2,500 stores this month. It's all part of Giving Hope a Hand, Kroger's fifth annual effort to raise $3 million for breast cancer ...

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