An article published in the March 4th edition of the Contra Costa Times:
By Jim Ott
Earlier this week, Dublin High School senior Annie Arcuri stood in front of more than 90 people at a regional Rotary breakfast in Livermore and shared a story about her older brother, Louis.
"I lost my older brother to schizophrenia," she said into the microphone, stepping away from the safety of the lectern. "He had been a straight-A student, a star athlete, but he became lost to an illness that no one wants to talk about."
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