Cancer challenges a lot of your comfort zones. The other night we were watching Baring it All, the documentary about the SCAR Project and the fact that the women being photographed were comfortable showing their bodies was […]
Yesterday was a great day, and not one that I thought would happen so soon. I met and was photographed by David Jay, the man behind the SCAR Project. I had contacted David some months […]
Listen to a summary of recent posts about the need for more research on male breast cancer.
In a recent post I discussed the underfunding of basic research on the male form of breast cancer, and advocated for 1% of breast cancer research funding to involve male disease, in proportion to 1% […]
David Jay, the fashion photographer who also does social awareness work, was recently interviewed about the SCAR Project. He describes how he became involved because of the diagnosis of a friend with breast cancer and […]
In a recent post, where I analyzed the relative underfunding of male breast cancer research, the issue of whether incidence and funding should be related came up. So I decided to take a look and […]
An exciting moment that has come much sooner than I thought – the launch of The SCAR Project: Male Breast Cancer by David Jay. David photographed Bill Becker last week. Bill has been raising awareness […]
While there is nothing that forces a strict proportionality between cancer incidence and cancer research funding, there is something to be said for making sure that rare cancers are not left behind. Breast cancer in […]