She staged pictures for her various stages of breast cancer. She posed as a topless Rosie the Riveter to have a memorial picture of her breasts before the operation. Then McGuinness did a shoot dressed like the bride of Frankenstein a week after the operation. In all, she took four pictures dedicated to the various stages of healing,.
This Stunning Photo Series Portrays the Faces of Breast Cancer You Don't Always See
Me and my breasts: women reveal all | Women | The Guardian
Skip navigation! Story from Body. To breastfeed or not. To wear a bra or not. To Freethenipple or not. Conversations, debates and thoughts around breasts are rarely uncontroversial. Should women celebrate the attention and perks that a cleavage-revealing top can deliver, or should they cover up and practice modesty?
Woman Documents Every Stage Of Her Mastectomy With Creative Photos
On her 37th birthday, Anna Rathkopf was in the middle of reading a book when she innocently scratched her breast—and felt a lump. Just three months earlier, she'd asked her gynecologist about getting a mammogram. She didn't have any breast cancer symptoms at the time, but she had a friend who had been diagnosed with the disease, and that weighed heavily on her mind. Her doctor brushed her off, she says, because she had none of the risk factors that would have necessitated an early screening. Breast cancer organizations generally recommend that women with no risk factors have a first mammogram at
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