Cancer isn’t just a zodiac sign.
Cancer isn’t just a zodiac sign.
The Grace Project captures moving post-mastectomy portraits of breast cancer survivors re-envisioned as classical heroines. NSFW: The photos in this series include nudity.
And they’re modelled by some seriously glam women.
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This amazing cover of “I Touch Myself” helps make late Aussie rocker Chrissie Amphlett’s dream a reality. Go on, give it a try. Touch yourself.
And her reaction will melt your heart.
A Queensland woman’s breast cancer awareness photo shoot went viral after people complained to Facebook about it.
Because laughter can be the best medicine.
Amy Robach has announced that she’ll be undergoing a double mastectomy on Thursday.
There’s more to it than wearing pink. Much more.
He will show his support for the LGBT community as well as for breast cancer awareness with pink gloves when he fights for the title on Saturday.
When Emily Helck began treatment for breast cancer last September, she started taking a picture of herself every week. What she created was an incredibly moving document of her journey.
Not to freak you out or anything, but there might be horrible chemicals in practically every beauty product you use that could seep into your bloodstream and build up toxicity over time. If you’re even slightly the paranoid type, this information is enough to make you want to revamp that makeup drawer.
Companies were patenting certain gene mutations. They lost in the Supreme Court Thursday. Here’s everything you need to know.
It’s a bomb on your chest. A pretty, pretty bomb.
Never underestimate the power of love.
The Battle We Didn’t Choose is photographer Angelo Merendino’s collection of photographs of his wife Jennifer, who was diagnosed with breast cancer five months after their wedding.
Charities and the government spend millions, but the rate of breast cancer is actually going up.
Jill Brzezinski-Conley, suffering from an incurable form of cancer, put together the project so other women going through treatment would be inspired to share the realities of breast cancer.
“Wear the Pink is a way the funeral home staff can ‘Button-up’ in honor of that individual and family, by wearing in unison, the Pink Jacket during the service.”
This installation, hung over pedestrians’ heads in downtown Sofia, Bulgaria, is meant to raise awareness of breast cancer. (via fotojournalismus.tumblr.com)
For every 30 views of the videos in their “big tit” and “small tit” categories, they’ll donate 1 cent to breast cancer research during the month of October. It sure is nice of them to lend a hand?
Iron Man looks quite fetching in light red. The final five covers for the October awareness campaign are revealed!
The actress surprised her fans when she took to Twitter to announce that she was diagnosed with breast cancer and had surgery. But she was in good spirits about it.
Mel B. posed topless — don’t worry there are hands to cover her up — to raise awareness for breast cancer. And she let it slip that the Spice Girls are just a bunch of boob grabbers. [NSFW-ish]
The country music star’s best friend, Summer Holt Miller, was diagnosed with breast cancer in June. So in support of her and to promote breast cancer awareness, she shaved her head. Kellie and Summer look amazing.
Captain America looks good in pink. This October, eight Marvel comics will have variant covers to help promote awareness about breast cancer.
When a trans woman develops breasts, does her cancer risk rise too? Experts say maybe not — but politics keeps them from knowing for sure.
Susan G. Komen’s defunding (and then re-funding) of Planned Parenthood continues to reverberate, with financial impact on both organizations. Here’s a look at where they stood before the debacle, and where they might be going.