They are three women who fought breast cancer, standing tall and proud to show others facing the disease the strength and beauty they have found in survival.
Purpose of Allison W. Gryphon’s “What The F@#- Is Cancer? And Why Does Everybody Have It?” photo series between artists from Hollywood and Beverly Hills is to put the realities of cancer up front and center in order to inform and inspire.Allison W. Gryphon, Breast Cancer Photos, Breast Cancer Treatment, cancer photography, Isaac Matthew White
20 cancer patients participated in a unique makeover experience.
They were invited to a studio. Their hair and makeup were completely redone.
During the transformation, they were asked to keep their eyes shut.
A photographer then immortalized the moment they opened their eyes.
When Erena Shimoda approached my team at IHadCancer.com about combining her talent for underwater photography with our passion for helping cancer survivors, I was immediately interested. It was so unique and fit well with my new philosophy. I knew that this once-in-a-lifetime experience would allow other survivors to focus on themselves for the first time in a long time — and I was eager to share such a valuable opportunity with them.Mailet Lopez
Amelia Caffaro never thought she would become the subject of her own photo project.
As a freelance photographer, she has dedicated her life to telling other people’s stories until she was diagnosed with stage 3b inflammatory breast cancer at only 28 years old.Amelia Caffaro, Breast Cancer, Photography
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The “model,” Jill Brzezinski-Conley, was diagnosed with breast cancer a day before her 32nd birthday, underwent a double mastectomy — and now, at 35, has incurable stage-4 breast cancer which has metastasized to her bone.