Calendar girls for breast cancer
Fri, 21 Sep 2012 7:00p.m.
The beginning of October marks the start of Breast Cancer Action Month, and this year it'll also see the launch of a very special calendar.
One woman, herself a survivor of breast cancer, has made it her mission to bring hope and inspiration for people affected by that terrible disease.
Liz Taylor tells Anna Burns-Francis why she wanted to be a calendar girl.
The calendars will be on sale from October 1 at Whitcoulls stores nationwide.
Watch the video to see the report.
Pink Ribbon Calendar Girls is a collaborative body art project which increase breast cancer awareness in NZ and raise over $100,000 for the NZ Breast Cancer Foundation. Click here for more information
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6/10/2012 11:00:47 p.m.
Brilliant... uplifting. Hoping for a miracle for all you wonderful women!
And a job well done, John!
27/09/2012 2:05:10 p.m.
Hi, How is Charlene the lady battling alcoholism from Christchurch doing? It's been a while since we had an update. Is she doing okay! Thx
23/09/2012 4:23:13 p.m.
Thank you Campbell Live for your enthusiastic support of our Pink Ribbon Calendar. You are awesome!
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