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Support the Girls: Bra Art for Breast Health

by West Parry Sound Health Centre Foundation

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When the women from a small community needed to raise funds to buy a mammogram machine for the local hospital, it wasn't laughter that led them to the "Art Bra" project. More likely, it was the fear of breast cancer and the need for early detection that motivated them. But the result is full of fun and whimsy, as people far and wide responded to their call to craft an "art bra", sending in their creations along with the stories behind them. You will smile at the bras that have been turned into works of art, with names like "Got Milk", "Lucky Charms", "Go, Girls, Go", and "Cradles of Civilizations". The book showcases over fifty bras, with accompanying personal stories that celebrate the curative power of laughter.
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