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Topic Title: Brave Woman Bares her Body to Show the Scars of Breast Cancer Surgery
Created On: 02/14/2014 02:09 PM
 02/14/2014 02:09 PM

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<p>It is hard to imagine the multiple scars breast cancer surgery can cause without [url=]seeing them[/url]. One courageous Australian mother (and registered nurse), [url=]Beth Whaanga of Brisbane[/url], decided to change that through a cancer awareness project called [url=]Under the Red Dress[/url]. While there has been some backlash, it has been overwhelmed by support from across the Internet.</p>
<p>Yes, there is [url=]some nudity in her posts and the accompanying stories[/url]; however it is informative and cautionary, not gratuitous. Beth's goal is to [url=]encourage careful self-examination to head off breast cancer early[/url]. More self-examination vigilance can only be good. However, probably not necessary to rush out to get a mammogram given the [url=]recent news[/url] that mammograms appear no better than self-exams and may actually increase the rate of unnecessary treatment ([url=]full study here[/url]).</p>
<p>Scars of all kinds [url=]can be treated[/url]. Hers are fresh. Hopefully there will be some hopeful follow-up from her, showing progress with her healing.</p>

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