We are excited and proud to support the Woman Redefined Project, an art exhibit featuring the photography of ML Kenneth. The series of photos captures the essence of a group of beautiful women that have been on a journey with breast cancer.
A group of compassionate and committed women (and men) in the village of La Peñita in Nayarit, Mexico are providing care and support for breast cancer survivors in the region, which has an extremely high incidence of breast cancer.
Dragon boat racing is a Chinese tradition involving a large canoe-like vessel (38 feet or longer), often decorated to resemble a dragon and typically propelled by a large crew with paddles. It is said to represent the struggle against nature and the fight against deadly enemies.
Breast Asymmetry (having different size breasts) is not unusual for women and is often addressed with a padded bra or breast prosthesis. Sometimes this occurs naturally and may become more pronounced later in life. Slight differences in breast size can usually be managed by wearing a padded bra. If the bra has removable padding, the padding can be removed on the fuller breast side and left in place for the smaller breast side.
A mammogram is a low-dose X-ray picture of the breast. The procedure involves flattening and compressing the breast between two clear plates and sending X-rays through the tissue to obtain an image. There are two types of mammograms that are routinely performed:
What is a lumpectomy? It is a type of surgery used to confirm or rule out breast cancer and is actually the most common form of breast cancer surgery performed today. Here, you can learn more about this type of surgery.
“Monokini 2.0 is a social art project that re-examines popular culture’s narrow view of a woman’s ideal appearance” via beautiful photographs of gorgeous, brave breast cancer survivors modelling swimsuits tailored to their post-mastectomy bodies.