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Videos & photos about people, events, places, ideas of Instagram tag #hasnaspeaks

@florida_kinkychicks

@Regrann from @projecttribe - #transmutingenergy ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ October is Breast Cancer Month and we honor Hasna @hasnade. We stand with her and we support her through love, light and sisterhood energy. Here are @hasnade's own words on her journey; 'The ultimate choice in life is to transcend your situation into a source of courage and bravery to overcome adversity...By facing challenges directly and relying on your inner voice and that instinct that guides you through life. When we do we are one with God and nature which only grows us to our autonomous self"our best self" which helps us in not seeking affirmation outside of us... This is me with my first locks in hand after loosing my hair to effects of chemo. . #dontletyourstrugglebecomeyouridentity just keep smiling... All we can do for each other is love and let God take charge... blessings flow..❤💛💚' See more at #hasnaspeaks ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ #projecttribe #transmutingenergy #vibratehigherdaily - #regrann

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@hasnade

Eat real food...be a revolutionary everyday real food eater...don't be discouraged you can start any time...I try to plant something new once a month...Most of them in little buckets...u will feel the difference....doing this in keeping me cancer free for 10 years now...#hasnaspeaks #dontletyourstrugglebeyouridentity #bearevoloutionaryeverydayrealfoodeater. ❤💛💚

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@hasnade

Medication and pharmaceutical purposes...what u think...#hasnaspeaks #dontletyourstrugglebeyouridentity #dontbecontiouslyfooled

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@mymobiledoc

Today is the last day of #breastcancerawarnessmonth. Get yourself examined... It all lies in your hands 👐 Pictured is Trinidad born @hasnade She was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer in her 30's... After many hurdles, she survived and beat #cancer. We know so many with breast cancer and never understand what is going on underneath it all. #breastcancer #breastcancerawareness #rastafari #womenwithlocs #fionacomptonphotography #breastcancermonth #hasnaspeaks #cancersucks #healthylifestyle #mymobiledoccares #myvideodoc

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@hasnade

We must smile... when we are on life's journey... Breast cancer survivors look different or so called normal with our clothes on...hmmm but we live with our scars always...#hasnaspeaks #dontletyourstrugglebeyouridentity . One love ❤ 💛 💚 every one has a back story... - London, United Kingdom

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@whooooareyoou

POWERFUL!!!😍 repost via @instarepost20 from @loclivin 💚 @hasnade 'The ultimate choice in life is to transcend your situation into a source of courage and bravery to overcome adversity...By facing challenges directly and relying on your inner voice and that instinct that guides you through life. When we do we are one with God and nature which only grows us to our autonomous self"our best self" which helps us in not seeking affirmation outside of us... This is me with my first locks in hand after loosing my hair to effects of chemo. . #dontletyourstrugglebecomeyouridentity just keep smiling... All we can do for each other is love and let God take charge... blessings flow..❤💛💚 See more at #hasnaspeaks 📷: @fiona758 Retouch by @iammeerakulos #breastcancerawarness #breastcancer #smile #lifeisbeautiful #embraceyourjourney #positivevibes #loclivin #instarepost20

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@queen.of.a.kind

#repost @hasnade with @repostapp ・・・ October is Breast Cancer Month and we continue with Hasna's story. We shot this over two years ago - apprehensive to what the public response would be. Fortunately posts from this series have received thousands of likes and countless reposts. Hasna's journey continues and her story is now even more incredible stay tuned for more on this. In the meantime here are a few words from @hasnade 'The ultimate choice in life is to transcend your situation into a source of courage and bravery to overcome adversity...By facing challenges directly and relying on your inner voice and that instinct that guides you through life. When we do we are one with God and nature which only grows us to our autonomous self"our best self" which helps us in not seeking affirmation outside of us... This is me with my first locks in hand after loosing my hair to effects of chemo. . #dontletyourstrugglebecomeyouridentity just keep smiling... All we can do for each other is love and let God take charge... blessings flow..❤💛💚 See more at #hasnaspeaks Retouch by @iammeerakulos

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@loclivin

💚 @hasnade 'The ultimate choice in life is to transcend your situation into a source of courage and bravery to overcome adversity...By facing challenges directly and relying on your inner voice and that instinct that guides you through life. When we do we are one with God and nature which only grows us to our autonomous self"our best self" which helps us in not seeking affirmation outside of us... This is me with my first locks in hand after loosing my hair to effects of chemo. . #dontletyourstrugglebecomeyouridentity just keep smiling... All we can do for each other is love and let God take charge... blessings flow..❤💛💚 See more at #hasnaspeaks 📷: @fiona758 Retouch by @iammeerakulos #breastcancerawarness #breastcancer #smile #lifeisbeautiful #embraceyourjourney #positivevibes #loclivin

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@fiona758

As we continue on with the #hasnaspeaks Series we touch on more about what life is like beyond the romanticism of the pink ribbon. Whilst @hasnade photos are captivating depictions of cancer - her experiences have been far from the statuesque images we see here. Here is more from Hasna's story. 'So always smiling...We are going beyond the PINK ribbon...#dontletyourstrugglebecomeyouridentity ❤ 💛 💚 in 2010 after being diagnosed in 2006 with Ductal Carcinoma in situ known as DCIS breast cancer stage 3 and grade 4. In this picture I show my scars from the battlefield of cancer. The surgery was called a DIEP MASCETOMY..This surgery consisted using my own body tissue to recreate my breasts...some women choose silicone implants some choose to rock it with out..for me I wanted the most natural feel as I could get, because of the mind trauma I was about to face... So my breast is now my belly fat and abdominal wall...These tissues are used because it mimics breast tissue so if you gain weight they grow also. Please feel free to ask questions because I can elborate..This surgery is very challenging normally lasting 5-6 hrs - however in mine lasted 16hrs because of a major bleed...I had 4 litres of blood to be pumped back into my body...stayed in the hospital for another 3 weeks after because - it's sounds mad -but I had a mini heart attack due to the blood loss which was the day after the surgery...omg just imagine this is the real real..when we see the PINK RIBBON always remember there's always a back story... so my belly is held with loads loads of staples and a mesh to help strengthen my posture...There were days I swear I cried blood because of pain and wanting to be so called normal again... at this time my children were 11 and 4 yrs old...I say all if this with a tear in my eye.' #breastcancerawareness #breastcancer

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@paintedpink4bc

#survivorsaturday Thank you for having the courage to share your journey and inspire others. 💗 #repost @hasnade with @repostapp ・・・ October is Breast Cancer Month and we continue with Hasna's story. We shot this over two years ago - apprehensive to what the public response would be. Fortunately posts from this series have received thousands of likes and countless reposts. Hasna's journey continues and her story is now even more incredible stay tuned for more on this. In the meantime here are a few words from @hasnade 'The ultimate choice in life is to transcend your situation into a source of courage and bravery to overcome adversity...By facing challenges directly and relying on your inner voice and that instinct that guides you through life. When we do we are one with God and nature which only grows us to our autonomous self"our best self" which helps us in not seeking affirmation outside of us... This is me with my first locks in hand after loosing my hair to effects of chemo. . #dontletyourstrugglebecomeyouridentity just keep smiling... All we can do for each other is love and let God take charge... blessings flow..❤💛💚 See more at #hasnaspeaks Retouch by @iammeerakulos

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@lacy_lovee_

I started following this story and I think you should too::: Repost @fiona758 with @repostapp ・・・ October is Breast Cancer Month and we continue with Hasna's story. We shot this over two years ago - apprehensive to what the public response would be. Fortunately posts from this series have received thousands of likes and countless reposts. Hasna's journey continues and her story is now even more incredible stay tuned for more on this. In the meantime here are a few words from @hasnade 'The ultimate choice in life is to transcend your situation into a source of courage and bravery to overcome adversity...By facing challenges directly and relying on your inner voice and that instinct that guides you through life. When we do we are one with God and nature which only grows us to our autonomous self"our best self" which helps us in not seeking affirmation outside of us... This is me with my first locks in hand after loosing my hair to effects of chemo. . #dontletyourstrugglebecomeyouridentity just keep smiling... All we can do for each other is love and let God take charge... blessings flow..❤💛💚 See more at #hasnaspeaks Retouch by @iammeerakulos #breastcancer #herstory #breastcancerawareness #truth #beauty #awarenessday #thankyou

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@catt305

"Don't let your struggle become your reality" no matter what it is!!! Thank you @hasnade!!! #perspective #repost @curltureuk with @repostapp ・・・ POWERFUL 👑👑👑 @hasnade 'The ultimate choice in life is to transcend your situation into a source of courage and bravery to overcome adversity...By facing challenges directly and relying on your inner voice and that instinct that guides you through life. When we do we are one with God and nature which only grows us to our autonomous self"our best self" which helps us in not seeking affirmation outside of us... This is me with my first locks in hand after loosing my hair to effects of chemo. . #dontletyourstrugglebecomeyouridentity just keep smiling #hasnaspeaks

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@ugandanallstar

October is Breast Cancer Month & here are a few words from @hasnade the lady in the picture #quote 'The ultimate choice in life is to transcend your situation into a source of courage and bravery to overcome adversity...By facing challenges directly and relying on your inner voice and that instinct that guides you through life. When we do we are one with God and nature which only grows us to our autonomous self"our best self" which helps us in not seeking affirmation outside of us... This is me with my first locks in hand after loosing my hair to effects of chemo. . #dontletyourstrugglebecomeyouridentity just keep smiling... All we can do for each other is love and let God take charge... blessings flow..❤💛💚 See more at #hasnaspeaks

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@blaqueloveembrace

#repost @hasnade with @repostapp ・・・ October is Breast Cancer Month and we continue with Hasna's story. We shot this over two years ago - apprehensive to what the public response would be. Fortunately posts from this series have received thousands of likes and countless reposts. Hasna's journey continues and her story is now even more incredible stay tuned for more on this. In the meantime here are a few words from @hasnade 'The ultimate choice in life is to transcend your situation into a source of courage and bravery to overcome adversity...By facing challenges directly and relying on your inner voice and that instinct that guides you through life. When we do we are one with God and nature which only grows us to our autonomous self"our best self" which helps us in not seeking affirmation outside of us... This is me with my first locks in hand after loosing my hair to effects of chemo. . #dontletyourstrugglebecomeyouridentity just keep smiling... All we can do for each other is love and let God take charge... blessings flow..❤💛💚 See more at #hasnaspeaks Retouch by @iammeerakulos

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@naturallydopeevents

#repost @curltureuk ・・・ POWERFUL 👑👑👑 @hasnade 'The ultimate choice in life is to transcend your situation into a source of courage and bravery to overcome adversity...By facing challenges directly and relying on your inner voice and that instinct that guides you through life. When we do we are one with God and nature which only grows us to our autonomous self"our best self" which helps us in not seeking affirmation outside of us... This is me with my first locks in hand after loosing my hair to effects of chemo. . #dontletyourstrugglebecomeyouridentity just keep smiling #hasnaspeaks

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@curltureuk

POWERFUL 👑👑👑 @hasnade 'The ultimate choice in life is to transcend your situation into a source of courage and bravery to overcome adversity...By facing challenges directly and relying on your inner voice and that instinct that guides you through life. When we do we are one with God and nature which only grows us to our autonomous self"our best self" which helps us in not seeking affirmation outside of us... This is me with my first locks in hand after loosing my hair to effects of chemo. . #dontletyourstrugglebecomeyouridentity just keep smiling #hasnaspeaks

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@bwoenetwork

@hasnade October is #breastcancerawarenessmonth here are a few encouraging words from a true survivor @hasnade 'The ultimate choice in life is to transcend your situation into a source of courage and bravery to overcome adversity...By facing challenges directly and relying on your inner voice and that instinct that guides you through life. When we do we are one with God and nature which only grows us to our autonomous self"our best self" which helps us in not seeking affirmation outside of us... This is me with my first locks in hand after loosing my hair to effects of chemo. . #dontletyourstrugglebecomeyouridentity just keep smiling... All we can do for each other is love and let God take charge... blessings flow..❤💛💚 See more at #hasnaspeaks Retouch by @iammeerakulos

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@mytruthnturs

@Regrann from @hasnade - October is Breast Cancer Month and we continue with Hasna's story. We shot this over two years ago - apprehensive to what the public response would be. Fortunately posts from this series have received thousands of likes and countless reposts. Hasna's journey continues and her story is now even more incredible stay tuned for more on this. In the meantime here are a few words from @hasnade 'The ultimate choice in life is to transcend your situation into a source of courage and bravery to overcome adversity...By facing challenges directly and relying on your inner voice and that instinct that guides you through life. When we do we are one with God and nature which only grows us to our autonomous self"our best self" which helps us in not seeking affirmation outside of us... This is me with my first locks in hand after loosing my hair to effects of chemo. . #dontletyourstrugglebecomeyouridentity just keep smiling... All we can do for each other is love and let God take charge... blessings flow..❤💛💚 See more at #hasnaspeaks Retouch by @iammeerakulos #regrann

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@hasnade

October is Breast Cancer Month and we continue with Hasna's story. We shot this over two years ago - apprehensive to what the public response would be. Fortunately posts from this series have received thousands of likes and countless reposts. Hasna's journey continues and her story is now even more incredible stay tuned for more on this. In the meantime here are a few words from @hasnade 'The ultimate choice in life is to transcend your situation into a source of courage and bravery to overcome adversity...By facing challenges directly and relying on your inner voice and that instinct that guides you through life. When we do we are one with God and nature which only grows us to our autonomous self"our best self" which helps us in not seeking affirmation outside of us... This is me with my first locks in hand after loosing my hair to effects of chemo. . #dontletyourstrugglebecomeyouridentity just keep smiling... All we can do for each other is love and let God take charge... blessings flow..❤💛💚 See more at #hasnaspeaks Retouch by @iammeerakulos

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@vegdominicana

#repost @fiona758 with @repostapp ・・・ October is Breast Cancer Month and we continue with Hasna's story. We shot this over two years ago - apprehensive to what the public response would be. Fortunately posts from this series have received thousands of likes and countless reposts. Hasna's journey continues and her story is now even more incredible stay tuned for more on this. In the meantime here are a few words from @hasnade 'The ultimate choice in life is to transcend your situation into a source of courage and bravery to overcome adversity...By facing challenges directly and relying on your inner voice and that instinct that guides you through life. When we do we are one with God and nature which only grows us to our autonomous self"our best self" which helps us in not seeking affirmation outside of us... This is me with my first locks in hand after loosing my hair to effects of chemo. . #dontletyourstrugglebecomeyouridentity just keep smiling... All we can do for each other is love and let God take charge... blessings flow..❤💛💚 See more at #hasnaspeaks Retouch by @iammeerakulos

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@advertise_stlucia758

@Regrann from @fiona758 - SINCE the early 1970s, studies have shown that black Americans have a higher death rate from cancer than any other racial or ethnic group. This is especially true when it comes to breast cancer. A study published last week in the journal Cancer Epidemiology found that, in a survey of 41 of America’s largest cities, black women with breast cancer are on average 40 percent more likely to die than their white counterparts. Whether this is due to genetics, diet or the disparity with health care in the U.S - the stats are the stats and the numbers speak multitudes. Cancer and obesity are the top health problems in the Caribbean and Latin America, according to the report released 2013 by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), the regional office of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Washington, DC. Cancer mortality rates in the Caribbean are the highest in Trinidad and Tobago . Cancer Rates are Rising in Caribbean. The PAHO/WHO report, released November 2013, says cancer is the second leading cause of death in the Americas, killing 1.3 million annually, with 50 percent of cancer-related deaths in the Caribbean and Latin America. October is Breast Cancer month and some of you have seen my previous posts with @hasnade (see the hashtag #hasnaspeaks) which outside of my wining (whining ?) videos has been the most popular post of mine to date. You will see more about Hasna's story this month and months to come as new developments with her life are an incredible account about endurance, miracles and life journeys. -- #projectpink #breastcancerawareness #breastcancermonth #advertise_stlucia758 - St. Lucia

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@advertise_stlucia758

@Regrann from @fiona758 - SINCE the early 1970s, studies have shown that black Americans have a higher death rate from cancer than any other racial or ethnic group. This is especially true when it comes to breast cancer. A study published last week in the journal Cancer Epidemiology found that, in a survey of 41 of America’s largest cities, black women with breast cancer are on average 40 percent more likely to die than their white counterparts. Whether this is due to genetics, diet or the disparity with health care in the U.S - the stats are the stats and the numbers speak multitudes. Cancer and obesity are the top health problems in the Caribbean and Latin America, according to the report released 2013 by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), the regional office of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Washington, DC. Cancer mortality rates in the Caribbean are the highest in Trinidad and Tobago . Cancer Rates are Rising in Caribbean. The PAHO/WHO report, released November 2013, says cancer is the second leading cause of death in the Americas, killing 1.3 million annually, with 50 percent of cancer-related deaths in the Caribbean and Latin America. October is Breast Cancer month and some of you have seen my previous posts with @hasnade (see the hashtag #hasnaspeaks) which outside of my wining (whining ?) videos has been the most popular post of mine to date. You will see more about Hasna's story this month and months to come as new developments with her life are an incredible account about endurance, miracles and life journeys. -- #projectpink #breastcancerawareness #breastcancermonth #advertise_stlucia758

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@advertise_stlucia758

@Regrann from @fiona758 - SINCE the early 1970s, studies have shown that black Americans have a higher death rate from cancer than any other racial or ethnic group. This is especially true when it comes to breast cancer. A study published last week in the journal Cancer Epidemiology found that, in a survey of 41 of America’s largest cities, black women with breast cancer are on average 40 percent more likely to die than their white counterparts. Whether this is due to genetics, diet or the disparity with health care in the U.S - the stats are the stats and the numbers speak multitudes. Cancer and obesity are the top health problems in the Caribbean and Latin America, according to the report released 2013 by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), the regional office of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Washington, DC. Cancer mortality rates in the Caribbean are the highest in Trinidad and Tobago . Cancer Rates are Rising in Caribbean. The PAHO/WHO report, released November 2013, says cancer is the second leading cause of death in the Americas, killing 1.3 million annually, with 50 percent of cancer-related deaths in the Caribbean and Latin America. October is Breast Cancer month and some of you have seen my previous posts with @hasnade (see the hashtag #hasnaspeaks) which outside of my wining (whining ?) videos has been the most popular post of mine to date. You will see more about Hasna's story this month and months to come as new developments with her life are an incredible account about endurance, miracles and life journeys. -- #projectpink #breastcancerawareness #breastcancermonth #advertise_stlucia758 - St. Lucia

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@girlsofafeatherslu

#repost @fiona758 with @repostapp ・・・ SINCE the early 1970s, studies have shown that black Americans have a higher death rate from cancer than any other racial or ethnic group. This is especially true when it comes to breast cancer. A study published last week in the journal Cancer Epidemiology found that, in a survey of 41 of America’s largest cities, black women with breast cancer are on average 40 percent more likely to die than their white counterparts. Whether this is due to genetics, diet or the disparity with health care in the U.S - the stats are the stats and the numbers speak multitudes. Cancer and obesity are the top health problems in the Caribbean and Latin America, according to the report released 2013 by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), the regional office of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Washington, DC. Cancer mortality rates in the Caribbean are the highest in Trinidad and Tobago . Cancer Rates are Rising in Caribbean. The PAHO/WHO report, released November 2013, says cancer is the second leading cause of death in the Americas, killing 1.3 million annually, with 50 percent of cancer-related deaths in the Caribbean and Latin America. October is Breast Cancer month and some of you have seen my previous posts with @hasnade (see the hashtag #hasnaspeaks) which outside of my wining (whining ?) videos has been the most popular post of mine to date. You will see more about Hasna's story this month and months to come as new developments with her life are an incredible account about endurance, miracles and life journeys. -- #projectpink #breastcancerawareness #breastcancermonth

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@fiona758

SINCE the early 1970s, studies have shown that black Americans have a higher death rate from cancer than any other racial or ethnic group. This is especially true when it comes to breast cancer. A study published last week in the journal Cancer Epidemiology found that, in a survey of 41 of America’s largest cities, black women with breast cancer are on average 40 percent more likely to die than their white counterparts. Whether this is due to genetics, diet or the disparity with health care in the U.S - the stats are the stats and the numbers speak multitudes. Cancer and obesity are the top health problems in the Caribbean and Latin America, according to the report released 2013 by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), the regional office of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Washington, DC. Cancer mortality rates in the Caribbean are the highest in Trinidad and Tobago . Cancer Rates are Rising in Caribbean. The PAHO/WHO report, released November 2013, says cancer is the second leading cause of death in the Americas, killing 1.3 million annually, with 50 percent of cancer-related deaths in the Caribbean and Latin America. October is Breast Cancer month and some of you have seen my previous posts with @hasnade (see the hashtag #hasnaspeaks) which outside of my wining (whining ?) videos has been the most popular post of mine to date. You will see more about Hasna's story this month and months to come as new developments with her life are an incredible account about endurance, miracles and life journeys. -- #projectpink #breastcancerawareness #breastcancermonth

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@fiona758

I want to thank you all for the support, comments and shares for my previous post of Hasna's photograph. The photos were taken over two years ago, and were only released last year in its entirety - with much debate, hesitation and worry. It's hard to come out of your comfort zone. In the past couple of days the photo has been reposed on large instagram accounts with thousands of likes and hundreds of comments - I personally have never received as many likes on any photograph I have uploaded. So with that I say thank you for opening your hearts and minds. Below I leave a message from Hasna - How does anyone start to say thank u...hmmm I have been very much embracing all sort of emotions and trying to understand them...I'm experiencing GRATITUDE and the benefits...I'm am very grateful to the ppl of the world who has related, understood, even hesitated..because of this my well being and happiness r stronger...In addition to this gratefulness...me being able to express it to others has and continues to increase my energy...empathy... optimism...just vibes...good vibes creates good cells...give a round of applause to u...I just did...One continous love❤💛💚 and fiona hmm I sure u fed here me say thank u...u have ur purpose and part of ur purpose has help in this... #breastcancer #breastcancerawareness #fionacomptonphotography #hasnaspeaks

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