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ISRAEL-HEALTH/BREAST CANCER
RTX85LDW
October 28, 2020
Karina Shtotland, editor-in-chief of Israeli women's magazine Laisha, poses for a photograph as she holds...
Rishon Lezion, Israel
"Flat and fierce": Israel breast cancer survivor celebrates scars topless
Karina Shtotland, editor-in-chief of Israeli women's magazine Laisha, poses for a photograph as she holds up a copy of the magazine with a cover photo of Eylon Nuphar, an Israeli performing artist who chose not to have her breasts reconstructed after a double mastectomy, in Rishon Lezion, Israel October 21, 2020. Picture taken October 21, 2020. REUTERS/Corinna Kern
ISRAEL-HEALTH/BREAST CANCER
RTX85LD8
October 28, 2020
Eylon Nuphar, an Israeli performing artist who chose not to have her breasts reconstructed after a double...
Tel Aviv, Israel
"Flat and fierce": Israel breast cancer survivor celebrates scars topless
Eylon Nuphar, an Israeli performing artist who chose not to have her breasts reconstructed after a double mastectomy, gestures during her interview with Reuters in Tel Aviv, Israel October 21, 2020. Picture taken October 21, 2020. REUTERS/Corinna Kern
ISRAEL-HEALTH/BREAST CANCER
RTX85LD9
October 28, 2020
Employees look at a computer screen displaying images from Israeli women's magazine, Laisha's article...
Rishon Lezion, Israel
"Flat and fierce": Israel breast cancer survivor celebrates scars topless
Employees look at a computer screen displaying images from Israeli women's magazine, Laisha's article on Eylon Nuphar, an Israeli performing artist who chose not to have her breasts reconstructed after a double mastectomy, at the magazine's offices in Rishon Lezion, Israel October 21, 2020. Picture taken October 21, 2020. REUTERS/Corinna Kern
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G49
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, makes coffee in the kitchen of the family accommodation at Al Zaatari...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi makes coffee in the kitchen of the family accommodation at Al Zaatari refugee...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, makes coffee in the kitchen of the family accommodation at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G3V
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she walks with her husband...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi carries her son Fares as she walks with her husband Osama and their daughter...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she walks with her husband Osama, 28, and their daughter Khitam, 2, at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G3S
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she speaks to other women...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi carries her on Fares as she speaks to other women about her experience...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she speaks to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G2Y
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, plays with her nine-month-old son Fares after she spoke to other women...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi plays with her son Fares at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, plays with her nine-month-old son Fares after she spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G2Q
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, sits with her nine-month-old son Fares, and daughter Khitam, 2, (L)...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi sits with son Fares and daughter Khitam as she speaks to other women about...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, sits with her nine-month-old son Fares, and daughter Khitam, 2, (L) as she speaks to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G2P
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, (L), carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she speaks to other women...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi carries her son Fares as she speaks to other women about her experience...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, (L), carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she speaks to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G2L
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she poses with her husband...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi carries her son Fares while posing with her husband Osama, who is carrying...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she poses with her husband Osama, 28, who is carrying their daughter Khitam, 2, at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G13
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, breastfeeds her nine-month-old son Fares at Al Zaatari refugee camp...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi breastfeeds her son Fares at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, breastfeeds her nine-month-old son Fares at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G0Y
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she poses with her husband...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi carries her son Fares while posing with her husband Osama, who is carrying...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she poses with her husband Osama, 28, who is carrying their daughter Khitam, 2, at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G0U
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, poses in her family accommodation at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi poses in her family accommodation at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, poses in her family accommodation at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G0S
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Osama Mohammed, 28, plays with his daughter Khitam, 2, at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Osama Mohammed plays with his daughter Khitam at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian...
Syrian refugee Osama Mohammed, 28, plays with his daughter Khitam, 2, at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Osama and Burooq, 21, got married 3 years ago and have two children, Khitam and Faris. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G0Q
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries juice in the kitchen of the family accommodation at Al Zaatari...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi carries juice in the kitchen of the family accommodation at Al Zaatari...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries juice in the kitchen of the family accommodation at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G0P
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she poses with her husband...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi carries her son Fares while posing with her husband Osama, who is carrying...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she poses with her husband Osama, 28, who is carrying their daughter Khitam, 2, at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
Entertainment
Entertainment
Angelina Jolie Has Ovaries Removed - 24 Mar 2015
20 PICTURES
Celebrity Profile
Celebrity Profile
Angelina Jolie - 24 Mar 2015
69 PICTURES
NICARAGUA/
RTX14GCF
October 18, 2013
Breast cancer survivor Karelia Davila, 51, shows the scar from her mastectomy at her house in Managua...
Managua, Nicaragua
Breast cancer survivor Karelia Davila, 51, shows the scar from her mastectomy at her house in Managua...
Breast cancer survivor Karelia Davila, 51, shows the scar from her mastectomy at her house in Managua October 18, 2013. According to local media, breast cancer accounts for 16.7 percent of tumors in women in Nicaragua, and is the most common cancer among women worldwide. October is breast cancer awareness month around the world. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
Entertainment
Entertainment
Angelina Jolie's First Public Appearance Since Double Mastectomy - 03 Jun 2013
7 PICTURES
ANGELINAJOLIE/
RTX109DA
June 02, 2013
U.S. actress Angelina Jolie is seen upon arrival for the world premiere of her fiance Brad Pitt's film...
United Kingdom
Combo picture of U.S. actress Angelina Jolie before and after undergoing double mastectomy
U.S. actress Angelina Jolie is seen upon arrival for the world premiere of her fiance Brad Pitt's film "World War Z" in London (R) June 2, 2013, and the Spanish premiere of the movie "The Tourist" in Madrid December 16, 2010, in this combination picture made June 2, 2013. Sunday marks Jolie's first public appearance after announcing she underwent a double mastectomy in February 2013. REUTERS/Neil Hall/Juan Medina/Files (BRITAIN/SPAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RTXZMBQ
May 14, 2013
ANGELINAJOLIE-MASTECTOMY - Charts comparing probability of death from breast and ovarian cancer for women...
US
ANGELINAJOLIE-MASTECTOMY C
ANGELINAJOLIE-MASTECTOMY - Charts comparing probability of death from breast and ovarian cancer for women with BRCA1 and BRCA2 gene mutation compared to a normal person, and how it changes with treatment. (SIN11)
MEXICO/
RTR39B46
October 19, 2012
A volunteer weighs steel balls to make breast prostheses for mastectomy bras at a centre run by the "Reto"...
Mexico City, Mexico
A volunteer weighs steel balls to make breast prostheses for mastectomy bras at a centre run by the "Reto"...
A volunteer weighs steel balls to make breast prostheses for mastectomy bras at a centre run by the "Reto" Group for Full Recovery of Breast Cancer in Mexico City October 18, 2012. Breast cancer has been the leading cause of death in Mexican women since 2006, according to the group. The World Day Against Breast Cancer is commemorated on October 19. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: HEALTH ANNIVERSARY)
MEXICO/
RTR39B45
October 19, 2012
A volunteer makes a breast prosthesis for mastectomy bras at a centre run by the "Reto" Group for Full...
Mexico City, Mexico
A volunteer makes a breast prosthesis for mastectomy bras at a centre run by the "Reto" Group for Full...
A volunteer makes a breast prosthesis for mastectomy bras at a centre run by the "Reto" Group for Full Recovery of Breast Cancer in Mexico City October 18, 2012. Breast cancer has been the leading cause of death in Mexican women since 2006, according to the group. The World Day Against Breast Cancer is commemorated on October 19. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: HEALTH ANNIVERSARY)
MEXICO/
RTR39B40
October 19, 2012
A volunteer fills a balloon with steel balls to make breast prostheses for mastectomy bras at a centre...
Mexico City, Mexico
A volunteer fills a balloon with steel balls to make breast prostheses for mastectomy bras at a centre...
A volunteer fills a balloon with steel balls to make breast prostheses for mastectomy bras at a centre run by the "Reto" Group for Full Recovery of Breast Cancer in Mexico City October 18, 2012. Breast cancer has been the leading cause of death in Mexican women since 2006, according to the group. The World Day Against Breast Cancer is commemorated on October 19. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: HEALTH ANNIVERSARY)
MEXICO/
RTR39B3Y
October 19, 2012
A volunteer makes breast prostheses for mastectomy bras at a centre run by the "Reto" Group for Full...
Mexico City, Mexico
A volunteer makes breast prostheses for mastectomy bras at a centre run by the "Reto" Group for Full...
A volunteer makes breast prostheses for mastectomy bras at a centre run by the "Reto" Group for Full Recovery of Breast Cancer in Mexico City October 18, 2012. Breast cancer has been the leading cause of death in Mexican women since 2006, according to the group. The World Day Against Breast Cancer is commemorated on October 19. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: HEALTH ANNIVERSARY)
CANADA/
RTR2B6EB
March 03, 2010
Laurie Johnston, who had an unnecessary mastectomy and removal of six lymph nodes after incorrectly being...
Toronto, Canada
Laurie Johnston, who had an unnecessary mastectomy sits with her lawyer Barbara MacFarlane during a news...
Laurie Johnston, who had an unnecessary mastectomy and removal of six lymph nodes after incorrectly being diagnosed with breast cancer sits with her lawyer Barbara MacFarlane (R) during a news conference in Toronto March 3, 2010. Johnston has launched a lawsuit against two Windsor area hospitals, the surgeon and the pathologist who analyzed her biopsy. REUTERS/ Mike Cassese (CANADA - Tags: HEALTH)
CANADA/
RTR2B6E8
March 03, 2010
Laurie Johnston, who had an unnecessary mastectomy and removal of six lymph nodes after incorrectly being...
Toronto, Canada
Laurie Johnston, who had an unnecessary mastectomy looks on during a news conference in Toronto
Laurie Johnston, who had an unnecessary mastectomy and removal of six lymph nodes after incorrectly being diagnosed with breast cancer, looks on during a news conference in Toronto March 3, 2010. Johnston has launched a lawsuit against two Windsor area hospitals, the surgeon and the pathologist who analyzed her biopsy. REUTERS/ Mike Cassese (CANADA - Tags: HEALTH)
CANADA/
RTR2B6E6
March 03, 2010
Laurie Johnston, who had an unnecessary mastectomy and removal of six lymph nodes after incorrectly being...
Toronto, Canada
Laurie Johnston, who had an unnecessary mastectomy looks on during a news conference in Toronto
Laurie Johnston, who had an unnecessary mastectomy and removal of six lymph nodes after incorrectly being diagnosed with breast cancer, looks on during a news conference in Toronto March 3, 2010. Johnston has launched a lawsuit against two Windsor area hospitals, the surgeon and the pathologist who analyzed her biopsy. REUTERS/ Mike Cassese (CANADA - Tags: HEALTH)
CANADA/
RTR2B6E4
March 03, 2010
Laurie Johnston, who had an unnecessary mastectomy and removal of six lymph nodes after incorrectly being...
Toronto, Canada
Laurie Johnston, who had an unnecessary mastectomy speaks at a news conference in Toronto
Laurie Johnston, who had an unnecessary mastectomy and removal of six lymph nodes after incorrectly being diagnosed with breast cancer, speaks during a news conference in Toronto March 3, 2010. Johnston has launched a lawsuit against two Windsor area hospitals, the surgeon and the pathologist who analyzed her biopsy. REUTERS/ Mike Cassese (CANADA - Tags: HEALTH)
Health
Health
Cancer Patient Undergoes Exam After Mastectomy - 01 Nov 2008
8 PICTURES
CANCER-EXERCISE/
RTXA464
October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, smiles after a radiological medical examination in...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, smiles after a radiological medical examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. Picture taken October 29, 2008. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
CANCER-EXERCISE/
RTXA461
October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, smiles after a radiological medical examination in...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, smiles after a radiological medical examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
CANCER-EXERCISE/
RTXA45W
October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, prepares for a mammography examination in an Athens...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, prepares for a mammography examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. Picture taken October 29, 2008. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
CANCER-EXERCISE/
RTXA45V
October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, undergoes a mammography examination in an Athens hospital...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, undergoes a mammography examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. Picture taken October 29, 2008. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
CANCER-EXERCISE/
RTXA45N
October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, undergoes a mammography examination in an Athens hospital...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, undergoes a mammography examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
CANCER-EXERCISE/
RTXA45L
October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, undergoes a mammography examination in an Athens hospital...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, undergoes a mammography examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
CANCER-EXERCISE/
RTXA45J
October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, undergoes a mammography examination in an Athens hospital...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, undergoes a mammography examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
CANCER-EXERCISE/
RTXA45H
October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, prepares for a radiological medical examination in...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, prepares for a radiological medical examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. Picture taken October 29, 2008. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
CANCER-EXERCISE/
RTXA45G
October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, is framed through a breast x-ray after a radiological...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, is framed through a breast x-ray after a radiological medical examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. Picture taken October 29, 2008. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
CANCER-EXERCISE/
RTXA45B
October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, listens to her doctor after a radiological medical...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, listens to her doctor after a radiological medical examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. Picture taken October 29, 2008. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
CANCER-EXERCISE/
RTXA458
October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, listens to her doctor after a radiological medical...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, listens to her doctor after a radiological medical examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. Picture taken October 29, 2008. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
CANCER-EXERCISE/
RTXA456
October 31, 2008
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, listens to her doctor after a radiological medical...
Athens, Greece
Greek breast cancer patient in hospital
Vasiliki Kostoula, a Greek breast cancer patient, listens to her doctor after a radiological medical examination in an Athens hospital October 29, 2008. Kostoula had mastectomy on her right breast and currently is treated with chemotherapy. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide, according to the American Cancer Society. The group estimates about 465,000 women died of breast cancer globally in 2007 and 1.3 million new cases were diagnosed. Picture taken October 29, 2008. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
USA/
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January 23, 2008
Actress Marcia Cross of the television series "Desperate Housewives" listens to remarks during a news...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Actress Cross listens to remarks during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington
Actress Marcia Cross of the television series "Desperate Housewives" listens to remarks during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington January 23, 2008. Cross was lending her star power to members of Congress to push forward legislation to end the practice of "drive-through" mastectomies by passing the bipartisan Breas Cancer Patient Protection Act of 2007. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1W6N4
January 23, 2008
Actress Marcia Cross (R) of television series "Desperate Housewives" listens to Senator Mary Landrieu...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Actress Cross of "Desperate Housewives" listens to Senator Landrieu speak during news conference on Capitol...
Actress Marcia Cross (R) of television series "Desperate Housewives" listens to Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA) speak during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington January 23, 2008. Cross was lending her star power to members of Congress to push forward legislation to end the practice of "drive-through" mastectomies by passing the bipartisan Breas Cancer Patient Protection Act of 2007. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
RTR1QGQS
June 05, 2007
Dr. Maurice Nahabedian (L), who reconstructed cancer patient Deborah Charles' breast after a mastectomy,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
Dr. Maurice Nahabedian (L), who reconstructed cancer patient Deborah Charles' breast after a mastectomy, discusses upcoming operations with her during an appointment at Georgetown university Hospital in Washington May 29, 2007. Photo taken May 29, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES)
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
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June 05, 2007
Cancer patient Deborah Charles and her husband, Todd, leave an appointment with the plastic surgeon who...
Washington, UNITED STATES
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Cancer patient Deborah Charles and her husband, Todd, leave an appointment with the plastic surgeon who performed the reconstruction on her breast after a mastectomy at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington May 29, 2007. Chisholm accompanies his wife to nearly all her treatments and examinations, taking notes and posing questions to the doctors. Photo taken May 29, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES)
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
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June 05, 2007
Dr. Maurice Nahabedian (L), who reconstructed cancer patient Deborah Charles' breast after a mastectomy,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
Dr. Maurice Nahabedian (L), who reconstructed cancer patient Deborah Charles' breast after a mastectomy, examines Charles as her husband Todd (R) watches during an appointment at Georgetown university Hospital in Washington May 29, 2007. Chisholm accompanies his wife to nearly all her treatments and examinations, taking notes and posing questions to the doctors. Photo taken May 29, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES)
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
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June 05, 2007
Dr. Maurice Nahabedian (C), who reconstructed cancer patient Deborah Charles' breast after a mastectomy,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
Dr. Maurice Nahabedian (C), who reconstructed cancer patient Deborah Charles' breast after a mastectomy, examines Charles as her husband Todd (R) watches and takes notes during an appointment at Georgetown university Hospital in Washington May 29, 2007. Chisholm accompanies his wife to nearly all her treatments and examinations, taking notes and posing questions to the doctors. Photo taken May 29, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES)
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
RTR1QGQD
June 05, 2007
Dr. Maurice Nahabedian, who reconstructed cancer patient Deborah Charles' breast after a mastectomy,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
Dr. Maurice Nahabedian, who reconstructed cancer patient Deborah Charles' breast after a mastectomy, discusses upcoming operations with Charles and her husband Todd Chisholm, during an appointment at Georgetown university Hospital in Washington May 29, 2007. Chisholm accompanies his wife to nearly all her treatments and examinations, taking notes and posing questions to the doctors. Photo taken May 29, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES)
UNITED STATES/
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March 05, 2007
A private photo of Topher Logan taken in 2003 when Logan was still female. Logan, 28, refers to himself...
New York, USA
A private photo of Topher Logan taken in 2003 when Logan was still female
A private photo of Topher Logan taken in 2003 when Logan was still female. Logan, 28, refers to himself as a "queer transman", meaning he was born as female, but identifies as a male and has relationships with women, men and other transgender people. He injects himself with testosterone, known as "T", twice a week in order to create and sustain traditionally masculine gender traits such as facial hair and a deeper voice. Two years ago he underwent a bilateral mastectomy, known as top surgery, to modify his chest. Logan believes in gender fluidity, and binary gender as a social construct. REUTERS/Erin Siegal (UNITED STATES)
UNITED STATES/
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March 05, 2007
A private photo of Topher Logan taken in 2003 when Logan was still female. Logan, 28, refers to himself...
New York, USA
Private photo of Topher Logan
A private photo of Topher Logan taken in 2003 when Logan was still female. Logan, 28, refers to himself as a "queer transman", meaning he was born as female, but identifies as a male and has relationships with women, men and other transgender people. He injects himself with testosterone, known as "T", twice a week in order to create and sustain traditionally masculine gender traits such as facial hair and a deeper voice. Two years ago he underwent a bilateral mastectomy, known as top surgery, to modify his chest. Logan believes in gender fluidity, and binary gender as a social construct. REUTERS/Erin Siegal (UNITED STATES)
UNITED STATES/
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March 05, 2007
A family photo of Topher Logan taken in 2003 when Logan was still female. Logan, 28, refers to himself...
New York, USA
Undated private photo of Topher Logan
A family photo of Topher Logan taken in 2003 when Logan was still female. Logan, 28, refers to himself as a "queer transman", meaning he was born as female, but identifies as a male and has relationships with women, men and other transgender people. He injects himself with testosterone, known as "T", twice a week in order to create and sustain traditionally masculine gender traits such as facial hair and a deeper voice. Two years ago he underwent a bilateral mastectomy, known as top surgery, to modify his chest. Logan believes in gender fluidity, and binary gender as a social construct. REUTERS/Erin Siegal (UNITED STATES)
USA/
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February 28, 2007
Topher Logan sings karaoke at a 'queeryoke' night at the Metropolitan bar in Brooklyn, New York, February...
Brooklyn, USA
Topher Logan sings karaoke at the Metropolitan bar in Brooklyn
Topher Logan sings karaoke at a 'queeryoke' night at the Metropolitan bar in Brooklyn, New York, February 20, 2007. Logan, 28, refers to himself as a "queer transman", meaning he was born as female, but identifies as a male and has relationships with women, men and other transgender people. He injects himself with testosterone, known as "T", twice a week in order to create and sustain traditionally masculine gender traits such as facial hair and a deeper voice. Two years ago he underwent a bilateral mastectomy, known as top surgery, to modify his chest. Logan believes in gender fluidity, and binary gender as a social construct. REUTERS/Erin Siegal (UNITED STATES)
USA/
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February 28, 2007
Topher Logan relaxes at home in his Brooklyn apartment, February 14, 2007. Logan, 28, refers to himself...
Brooklyn, USA
Topher Logan relaxes at home in his Brooklyn apartment
Topher Logan relaxes at home in his Brooklyn apartment, February 14, 2007. Logan, 28, refers to himself as a "queer transman", meaning he was born as female, but identifies as a male and has relationships with women, men and other transgender people. He injects himself with testosterone, known as "T", twice a week in order to create and sustain traditionally masculine gender traits such as facial hair and a deeper voice. Two years ago he underwent a bilateral mastectomy, known as top surgery, to modify his chest. Logan believes in gender fluidity, and binary gender as a social construct. REUTERS/Erin Siegal (UNITED STATES)
USA/
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February 28, 2007
Topher Logan gives himself his bi-weekly injection of testosterone in his Brooklyn apartment, New York,...
Brooklyn, USA
Topher Logan gives himself his bi-weekly injection of testosterone in his Brooklyn apartment
Topher Logan gives himself his bi-weekly injection of testosterone in his Brooklyn apartment, New York, February 18, 2007. Logan, 28, refers to himself as a "queer transman", meaning he was born as female, but identifies as a male and has relationships with women, men and other transgender people. He injects himself with testosterone, known as "T", twice a week in order to create and sustain traditionally masculine gender traits such as facial hair and a deeper voice. Two years ago he underwent a bilateral mastectomy, known as top surgery, to modify his chest. Logan believes in gender fluidity, and binary gender as a social construct. REUTERS/Erin Siegal (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1MXH6
February 28, 2007
Topher Logan gives himself his bi-weekly injection of testosterone in his Brooklyn apartment, New York,...
Brooklyn, USA
Topher Logan gives himself his bi-weekly injection of testosterone in his Brooklyn apartment
Topher Logan gives himself his bi-weekly injection of testosterone in his Brooklyn apartment, New York, February 18, 2007. Logan, 28, refers to himself as a "queer transman", meaning he was born as female, but identifies as a male and has relationships with women, men and other transgender people. He injects himself with testosterone, known as "T", twice a week in order to create and sustain traditionally masculine gender traits such as facial hair and a deeper voice. Two years ago he underwent a bilateral mastectomy, known as top surgery, to modify his chest. Logan believes in gender fluidity, and binary gender as a
social construct. REUTERS/Erin Siegal (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1MXH5
February 28, 2007
Topher Logan cooks in his appartment in Brooklyn, New York, February 18, 2007. Logan, 28, refers to himself...
Brooklyn, USA
Topher Logan cooks in his appartment in Brooklyn
Topher Logan cooks in his appartment in Brooklyn, New York, February 18, 2007. Logan, 28, refers to himself as a "queer transman", meaning he was born as female, but identifies as a male and has relationships with women, men and other transgender people. He injects himself with testosterone, known as "T", twice a week in order to create and sustain traditionally masculine gender traits such as facial hair and a deeper voice. Two years ago he underwent a bilateral mastectomy, known as top surgery, to modify his chest. Logan believes in gender fluidity, and binary gender as a
social construct. REUTERS/Erin Siegal (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1MXH1
February 28, 2007
Topher Logan (R) grimaces halfway through getting a tattoo of a pin-up girl at the New York Adorned tattoo...
Brooklyn, USA
Topher Logan gets a tattoo at the New York Adorned tattoo parlour in Brooklyn
Topher Logan (R) grimaces halfway through getting a tattoo of a pin-up girl at the New York Adorned tattoo parlour in Brooklyn, New York, February 14, 2007. Logan, 28, refers to himself as a "queer transman", meaning he was born as female, but identifies as a male and has relationships with women, men and other transgender people. He injects himself with testosterone, known as "T", twice a week in order to create and sustain traditionally masculine gender traits such as facial hair and a deeper voice. Two years ago he underwent a bilateral mastectomy, known as top surgery, to modify his chest. Logan believes in gender fluidity, and binary gender as a
social construct. REUTERS/Erin Siegal (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1MXGW
February 28, 2007
Topher Logan looks in the bathroom mirror at home in his Brooklyn apartment, New York, February 18, 2007....
Brooklyn, USA
Topher Logan looks in the bathroom mirror at home in his Brooklyn apartment
Topher Logan looks in the bathroom mirror at home in his Brooklyn apartment, New York, February 18, 2007. Logan, 28, refers to himself as a "queer transman", meaning he was born as female, but identifies as a male and has relationships with women, men and other transgender people. He injects himself with testosterone, known as "T", twice a week in order to create and sustain traditionally masculine gender traits such as facial hair and a deeper voice. Two years ago he underwent a bilateral mastectomy, known as top surgery, to modify his chest. Logan believes in gender fluidity, and binary gender as a
social construct. REUTERS/Erin Siegal (UNITED STATES)
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