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Scars Transformed Into Art

After mastectomy and reconstruction, Patsy MacDonald wanted to love her body again. She wanted to get to know it again — and she wanted to turn her scars into something pretty.

Beverly's Story

A blessing in disguise: in 2010, my mother called me and said she had breast cancer. At the time I lived in Nashville, so I prayed about it and God led me back to Kentucky. Three months later I had a blood clot in my leg so I had surgery. My doctor said something was wrong and ran some tests…

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The Scar Project Canada

The SCAR Project aims to show the painful realities of women who have undergone treatment for breast cancer — and now these powerful portraits are making their debut in Canada.

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Some insurance companies do not cover the drugs that are prescribed by doctors to save breast cancer patients' lives. Low-income and underinsured women are then forced to choose between surviving cancer and financial survival. When insurance companies deny the costs of prescription medications, The Patient Access Network (PAN) Foundation steps in to fill the gap.

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