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Sarah Jessica Parker Promos Cancer Research

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Tuesday night, Sarah Jessica Parker joined Sheryl Crow and Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig in delivering a PSA on cancer research before the All-Star Yankee game. Their mission? To raise some funds for the cause. Their result? Raising a hullabaloo about Parker’s missing mole.

Parker, 43, has sported her trademark chin mole in films from The First Wives’ Club to Sex in the City. While the press has been going ga-ga over Parker’s new smooth slick chin–and the lack of a big announcement that the mole bit the dust–I say you go, Sarah J, and ride off into the setting sun as you fight cancer.

Mole-less chin and all.

To find out more about Major League Baseball’s new partnership with the organization Stand Up To Cancer, jump here.

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