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IN People ON 09 Aug, 2015
She was all set to run for a charity but a night before the London Marathon, she started bleeding.
She had a choice, either to skip the race or to run even in difficulty. She chose to live, not to leave. Kiran Gandhi belongs to London who chose a bizarre practice to encourage women not to get embarrassed in their period days. Kiran along with other two women Meredith and Ana ran 26.2 miles race and completed it in 4 hours, 49 minutes and 11 seconds. The racers were able to collect $6,000 for Breast Cancer Care.
In her own words, "I ran with blood dripping down my legs for sisters who don't have access to tampons and sisters who, despite cramping and pain, hide it away and pretend like it doesn't exist." She added, "I ran to say, it does exist, and we overcome it every day."
Kiran, a graduate from Harvard Business School is a drummer and working on her solo music project named Madame Gandhi.
With a loud laugh, she said it was disgusting. But, she didn't care.
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