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Where do you think I am today? Hint, having such a good time I can’t believe I’m at work! Clue: look at the photos on the wall...

mirasorvino | Mira Sorvino | TY @careykirkella for these beautiful photos of @daynadono @bethfairchild & me at #thedangerousones these fiercely loving women are breast cancer patients fighting to fund research for a cure for #metastaticbreastcancer Dana creates intimate wear for women w #breastcancer & Beth is president of @METAvivor an organization that gives grants to cutting edge research for a cure for #stageivbreastcancer, the only kind that kills people. If you missed our amazing fashion show where everyone on the runway was a patient or previvor, consider donating to METAvivor - 100% will go towards ending this killer of women that steals 113 Americans a day, 41K/ yr . Only 2-7 % of all monies raised towards “breast cancer” go to finding  a cure for stage iv, and we are out to change that!
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These beautiful and inspiring women that I was happy to photograph yesterday are Dana Donofree, breast cancer survivor, designer and creator of AnaOno Intimates, Mira Sorvino, actress and stage iv breast cancer activist, who emceed the fashion show, and Beth Fairchild, breast cancer survivor and President of @MetaVivor.

This weekend was an emotional one for me.  I'm 9 months pregnant and due tomorrow, so hormones are probably running rampant anyway, but my sister, who was one of the staggering amount of women who have passed away from stage iv breast cancer, would have celebrated her 45th birthday on Saturday, the 10th.  She was only 40 years old and diagnosed four months earlier when she passed.

Yesterday I was lucky to have been able to photograph behind the scenes again at the #AnaOnoIntimates and @ProjectCancerland Art Hearts fashion show, and to see all of these inspiring women again, and meet some new ones as well.  They have raised thousands of dollars specifically for stage iv breast cancer research. I couldn't stop the flow of tears during the intro to the show, which was emceed by Mira Sorvino, who was a good friend of #ChampagneJoy, who founded @ProjectCancerland and passed away last year not long after the first fashion show.  Breast cancer isn't something that should be thought of as wrapped up in a pretty pink ribbon, or as Instagram Photos | videos | post

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TY for these beautiful photos of & me at these fiercely loving women are breast cancer patients fighting to fund research for a cure for Dana creates intimate wear for women w & Beth is president of an organization that gives grants to cutting edge research for a cure for the only kind that kills people. If you missed our amazing fashion show where everyone on the runway was a patient or previvor, consider donating to METAvivor - 100% will go towards ending this killer of women that steals 113 Americans a day, 41K/ yr . Only 2-7 % of all monies raised towards “breast cancer” go to finding a cure for stage iv, and we are out to change that! with ・・・ These beautiful and inspiring women that I was happy to photograph yesterday are Dana Donofree, breast cancer survivor, designer and creator of AnaOno Intimates, Mira Sorvino, actress and stage iv breast cancer activist, who emceed the fashion show, and Beth Fairchild, breast cancer survivor and President of This weekend was an emotional one for me. I'm 9 months pregnant and due tomorrow, so hormones are probably running rampant anyway, but my sister, who was one of the staggering amount of women who have passed away from stage iv breast cancer, would have celebrated her 45th birthday on Saturday, the 10th. She was only 40 years old and diagnosed four months earlier when she passed. Yesterday I was lucky to have been able to photograph behind the scenes again at the and Art Hearts fashion show, and to see all of these inspiring women again, and meet some new ones as well. They have raised thousands of dollars specifically for stage iv breast cancer research. I couldn't stop the flow of tears during the intro to the show, which was emceed by Mira Sorvino, who was a good friend of who founded and passed away last year not long after the first fashion show. Breast cancer isn't something that should be thought of as wrapped up in a pretty pink ribbon, or as