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Breast Cancer Stories
Stories, sidenotes, rants, & raves.


Breast Cancer–The Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me?

As I was listening to a panel of women share their experience with breast cancer, one of them happily admitted that breast cancer was the best thing that had ever happened to her. The voice inside my head screeched, "Is she nuts?!". Really and truly, I could never...

“A Little Ray of Light” – Breast Cancer Inspiration

When a loved one faces a cancer battle, your world goes dark. Goals are hard to set and the concept of a tomorrow becomes a frightening one. So when that dark and frightening world got infiltrated by a ‘naked man’ in a pink tutu, it shined a little ray of light and put a little smile on our faces and that, in turn, made this fight more bearable. So for that, The Tutu Project will always hold a special place in our lives.

Behind the Scenes
The stories behind the images


Behind the Scenes: a Little Boat for Breast Cancer Awareness

The Making of "Little Boat" in Martha's Vineyard at Black Dog docks.  This  one was not taken using the remote!!!  Here's the story... Every year one of my best buddies, Doc does what he calls his "east coast walk about". He flies from West to the East Coast and...

On Location: North of Wickenburg, Arizona.

Location: North of Wickenburg, Arizona. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we are publishing a series of Bob’s “On Location” stories. Conditions: 115 degrees, NO cell service.  VERY hot boulder, BARE feet.  FORTY (yes, 40) foot drop on the other side of the...

Boat Dock. Rockaway Beach, New York.

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we are publishing a series of Bob’s “On Location” stories. We were in the Rockaway's 4 years ago and I saw this lovely scene: a peaceful boat dock and a defunct boat dealership. The buildings in the back were nice and...

Caregiver Stories
Support & Inspiration


A Dedication: Operating Room Kisses

Dedicated to Alexander Khenkin and his wife Liya, who has been battling stage 4 breast cancer and is undergoing a procedure tomorrow. Our thoughts are with you as you get through another tough day. Alexander wrote us: I love what you are doing and your images are...

A Sock Monkey and his Tutu

We ordered a monkey for my son to support another grassroots cancer organization, but we had no idea that a special surprise was on its way.  Fellow supporter and cancer advocate Jennifer Stauss Windrum added a little something extra to our "Nomo" SMAC! Sock Monkeys...

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Resources for Breast Cancer Patients 


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Metastatic Breast Cancer
Education & Advocacy


Are CDK4/6 Inhibitors Transforming Breast Cancer Treatment?

Source: Breast Cancer Research Foundation Science News CDK4/6 inhibitors are a new class of drugs that have shown promise in the treatment of advanced ER- positive breast cancer. Cyclin dependent kinases (CDK) regulate the process of cell division, required for...

Immunotherapy Shows Early Promise in Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

Author: Laura Panjwani / Source: Research & Development Patients with triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) — a subtype which accounts for 10 to 20% of all breast cancers— have very few treatment options. Targeted therapies, which are used to treat many other...

Companies that Care
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Companies that Care: Classic Kids

Photography, tutu's, and raising money to help those living with breast cancer... in our opinion it doesn't get much better than that! Which is why May is going to be an AWESOME month. Classic Kids is a boutique studio photography company specializing in black &...

The Bloomingdale’s Impact on Breast Cancer Patients

Bloomingdale's Continues to Make a Difference to our Breast Cancer Non-Profit May 24th, 2012 was a perfect day, it began with a segment on The Today Show. It was so exciting to share our story on national television. National television! I still can't believe that we...

Companies that Care: On Location Tours

We can’t thank On Location Tours for offering to donate ALL proceeds of their November 1st Sex and the City tours to the Carey Foundation for men and women with breast cancer.

Breast Cancer Research
Latest news from around the web


Breast cancer research gets boost at Penn State Hershey

Author: Andrew Forgotch abc27 News / Source: The Sentinel abc27 Dr. Nancy Lill explains an aggressive breast cancer diagnosis at the Cancer Institute at Penn State Hershey Medical Center. HERSHEY – Groundbreaking research into breast cancer treatments is...

Heroes Among Us
Advocates, Non-Profits + More


Companies that Care: Classic Kids

Photography, tutu's, and raising money to help those living with breast cancer... in our opinion it doesn't get much better than that! Which is why May is going to be an AWESOME month. Classic Kids is a boutique studio photography company specializing in black &...

The Bloomingdale’s Impact on Breast Cancer Patients

Bloomingdale's Continues to Make a Difference to our Breast Cancer Non-Profit May 24th, 2012 was a perfect day, it began with a segment on The Today Show. It was so exciting to share our story on national television. National television! I still can't believe that we...

Companies that Care: On Location Tours

We can’t thank On Location Tours for offering to donate ALL proceeds of their November 1st Sex and the City tours to the Carey Foundation for men and women with breast cancer.

Cheer Up!
Ideas + Inspiration


Residents from care home in Little Somerford produce exhibition with work made in art therapy

Residents from care home in Little Somerford produce exhibition with work made in art therapy.
Norma Doveton at her portrait exhibition at Malmesbury Town Hall THE product of art therapy at a care home in Little Somerford has been turned into a truly unique exhibition.
Residents at Hill House Residential Home have been taking part in art classes, courtesy of the home’s owner and art therapist, Norma Doveton.
Some of their work, along with some portraits Norma has painted of residents, is now on display at Malmesbury Town Hall.
“I think when you give up your home and go to live in one room in home, activities are very important to you,” she said.
“It’s something you can sit round the table and do while enjoying the company of other people.
“We’ve done art therapy with some people who have had strokes so can only had their left hand or who haven’t drawn since school.
“Art is important for everyone.
One of the residents at the home, Marjorie Fraiser said the art classes have made her feel “alive”.
“If you connect with art it makes you feel alive.” Another resident, John Adams said: “Doing art makes me feel I have done something. This article was originally published at the “Article” source noted above and distributed by The Tutu Project for informational purposes only.

Benefits of Art Therapy

Benefits of Art Therapy.
Anyone can be creative in some form or another.
By using art, you see things about yourself that you otherwise may not have seen.
It can aid you to process the unseen and therefore heal yourself.
It is not a quick fix!
Art can help to reduce pain, anxiety, and tension in your life.
Art can help people with their social skills, shy people can express themselves.
Angry people can explore themselves.
Art encourages self-discovery and emotional growth.
Art Therapy can make you feel whole. This article was originally published at the “Article” source noted above and distributed by The Tutu Project for informational purposes only.

S.T.Art HUB – Art therapy

S.T.Art HUB – Art therapy.
Video documentativo dell’esperienza di arte terapia svoltasi durante la residenza artistica S.T.Art HUB (27.09 – 08.10.2016).
http://www.summertemporaryart.it This article was originally published at the “Article” source noted above and distributed by The Tutu Project for informational purposes only.

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