Breast Cancer Awareness Show

Show ran from 4/1/2000 to 4/29/2000

Breast Cancer Stories

Cancer is a horrible disease. It can affect the lives of millions of people all around the world, of any age. Cancer doesn’t discriminate against anyone. Regardless of your race, religion, gender, and sexuality, it can impact the life of anyone. Even if you haven’t suffered from this disease yourself, it is very likely that you will know someone who has either won the fight against cancer or knows someone who has lost a loved one.

Breast cancer is very common. The first notable symptom could be that you notice a lump or an area of thickened tissue in the breast. Some other symptoms include a lump or swelling in either of your armpits, a change in the size or shape of one or both breasts, as well as a change in the appearance of your nipple. As time goes on, you could find these problems to become very painful, and many have since decided to turn to alternative products, like those found at OrganicCBDNugs instead of normal medications in order to remain as pain-free and as relaxed as possible. Whilst it won’t take away all your stress and pain, it can make a significant difference.

People who are suffering from breast cancer may find solace to know that there are things that you can try to make your journey easier, such as looking for a disability insurance quote online in case you are required to take some time away from the workplace to attend treatment sessions and doctor’s appointments, as well as attending this show for more in-depth information. For this group show, there will be an interactive healing wall where visitors are invited to write and put up their stories, photos, any items of meaning, of breast cancer in their lives and the lives of their loved ones.

A closing ceremony and celebratory ritual honoring those values and riches passed on to us by those warrior women and heroines who have battled and still combat this killing disease will be on Saturday, April 29, 2000 at 5:00 PM, including award winning poet Maureen Seaton and others.