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30 Days of Artists: Soulful Artist Creates Art Bra that Takes Flight

Claudia Tejada is a diehard Art Bra® Austin fan – she has submitted art bras each year since its very inception.  “Every year, someone I know is diagnosed with cancer,” Claudia says, “This event gives me the opportunity to honor and memorialize those I love and care about – in a setting that is joyous, fun and full of surprises, while also focusing on strength, courage, and support for survivors.  292 more words

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30 Days of Artists: Two Artists Design for the Love of Family

BCRC receives art bra submissions from all over the county. They come from professional and amateur artists from all walks of life. Some are made in collaboration with a specific model, others are not. 444 more words

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Metastatic Breast Cancer: How Can We Accelerate Progress?

For a long time, there has been a critical need for research that is focused specifically on metastatic breast cancer. That means understanding what causes metastasis and how we can intervene to shut down this process even after it has started. 1,226 more words

Cancer Clinical Trials

I'm A Fraud

I’ve been holding out on writing anything lately. There’s so much rattling around in my brain and it’s taken me a while to sort it out. 522 more words

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The unknown

Mara:

Watching and not being able to do anything is excruciating.  There is no reason someone must suffer like this.  It would be one thing if all of this would cure her but all the stuff the medical field will put her through is for what end.  222 more words

Mara

Remembering the beginning...

The point of this one…not sure yet. Perhaps it will be found by the end of the story.

This one is a little difficult for me, dredging up angry overwhelming sad feelings and remembering full out sobbing that would send my dog running and hiding, sleepless nights, panic attacks, all of which I had no control over. 1,378 more words

Reflection...Three Years Later

Three years ago to the day, hearing the words “I’m sorry you have breast cancer” leaves you terrified, angry and speechless. How could this possibly be happening to me, to us. 840 more words

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