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Powerful: The brave faces of breast cancer survivors

Shocking. Confronting. Beautiful. A wonderful collection of portraits of young breast cancer sufferers by fashion photographer David Jay.

WARNING: These images contain partial nudity which could offend some readers.
Shocking. Confronting. Beautiful.
These are the words that come to mind when one looks at the strong and confronting portraits from The SCAR Project – an exhibit by photographer David Jay.
Jay has captured semi-nude portraits of breast cancer sufferers, aged between 18-35, boldly baring their mastectomy scars in an effort to challenge the perceptions about breast cancer and raise awareness for its younger victims.
This year in Australia alone more than 10, 000 women under the age of 40 will be diagnosed with breast cancer and The SCAR project attempts to pay homage to these brave women through a series of raw and provocative images.

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