Michelle Touchette was 54-years-old when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She had just been out with her husband, celebrating their anniversary, when they decided to pick some tomatoes. “We went out for dancing and dining and stopped at our community garden to pick up tomatoes, the next morning. I fell in the tomato patch
Celebrating Three Years of Beauty and Breasts! 12 Photographers & 12 Breast Cancer Survivors team up with a host of Toronto’s top stylists, designers and make up artists for S|HE Thrives by after BREAST CANCER. A photoshoot to honor and celebrate breast cancer graduates. Toronto – Taking place on July 13th in Toronto’s West End, Sunnyside Lower High Park at
After Breast Cancer was set up to ensure that women have access to basic needs and to provide bras and breast prostheses to women who are financially unable to afford them. The majority of breast cancer organizations focus on Research, and the Cure for breast cancer.
After Breast Cancer focuses on the women who have survived, women who don’t have insurance, women who cannot have their basic needs met after a mastectomy or lumpectomy surgery. As survival rates improve, additional resources that support a woman’s Quality of Life (“QOL”) after breast cancer are required to assist women with the various issues that arise during and after treatment.
After Breast Cancer
1292 St. Clair Avenue West
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