These Breast Cancer Survivors Show You The Tattoos That Helped Them Rebuild Themselves

Cancer is a disease that is the second leading cause of death in the world. Nearly one in six deaths worldwide is due to cancer and about ...

Cancer is a disease that is the second leading cause of death in the world. Nearly one in six deaths worldwide is due to cancer and about a third of cancer deaths are due to environmental factors,

behavioral and dietary. According to WHO, cancer, and in particular breast cancer, is the most common among women in the world and accounts for 16% of all female cancers.

In its October issue of "Pink October", an annual breast cancer screening awareness campaign and fundraising goal for research, the American magazine Inked, which specializes in tattoos, highlighted "Survivors" of breast cancer.

Sophie Holland, a New York photographer who had the privilege of immortalizing 12 American women survivors of cancer called "The dazzling dozen" and singled out by their tattoos as works of art and covering the stigma of the mastectomy, suffered following their breast cancer.

It is, so to speak, their own way of reappropriating and perhaps rehabilitating a body eaten up by the evil that is cancer, into a majestic and significant art of a luminous cure.

They have created an Instagram account @inkedsisters where they offer support and inspiration to all those who have lived or live similar situations.

Discover below the 12 clich├ęs of these courageous and dazzling women, accompanied by authentic extracts of their testimonies:

Jennifer Jaye, six years without cancer


"I chose ice climbing. If I die during an extreme sporting event, my last thought will be: Oh, thank God, cancer did not get me! "

Dana Donofree, seven years without cancer


"Making a tattoo on my mastectomy has changed the course of many things in my life because this is the time when I took the reins of my life: I live my life. I make my own decisions. "

Kim Hotchkissm, 11 years old without cancer


" To laugh. That's what allowed me to go through this ordeal. Just be weird and clumsy! "

Mylee Cardenas, three years without cancer


"In fact, I'm grateful to have lived this because I can share my experience. I can help empower women to be aware of what is happening to them and to be part of their treatment. "

Kat Van Winkle, a year without cancer


"I work for a school and 400 children needed to see that it was not a death sentence. I wanted to be this lawyer, this strong person. "

Christina Schroeder, four and a half years without cancer


"For people who are going through a difficult time, you can cry. You can let others know that you are in pain. As human beings, we share happiness, but we are so reluctant to share sadness, and I do not know why. "

Starling W, eight years without cancer


"After cancer, I started realizing life. It made me stop and smell the roses from time to time; appreciate what I already had in life compared to what I needed. "

Jen Hearn, three years without cancer


"My husband and I have been together since adolescence, so I knew he loved me, but I stopped loving myself after the operation. The tattoo has completely changed that for me. "

Stephanie Davis, five years without cancer


"There is nothing in this world that you can do to make me fall. I feel like a tank. I feel that I can tackle anything positively and continue to seek happiness. "

Melissa Shelley, 11 years old without cancer


"I want women to know that whether you have one breast, two breasts or none, your sexuality and beauty have never been taken. Just the cancer that tried to kill you. "


Karen Malkin-Lazarovitz, who chose preventive mastectomy after learning she had the BRCA mutation and was 87% at risk of developing breast cancer.

"I became more confident after my mastectomy. I did not assume to be naked before. And now I'm here, no nipples, scooters and I can show everyone what I look like while feeling beautiful. "

Allyson Olivia, two and a half years without cancer


"The tattoo is like a permanent lingerie. It makes me feel so sexy after cancer. It's like I'm recovering from what cancer took me. "

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