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Thursday, February 27, 2014
YETUNDE BABAEKO HOLDS FIRST OF ITS KIND BREAST CANCER AWARENESS PHOTO EXHIBITION IN LAGOS
Leading photographer, Yetunde
Babaeko holds a first of its kind breast cancer awareness photo exhibition
geared to inspire the Nigerian public to join in the fight against cancer.
The photo exhibition titled "Battle
Scar" will hold on the 8th of March at the Goethe Institute,
Onikan by 2pm.
This exhibition will showcase photos
taken by a group of independent professional female photographers led by
popular photographer and owner of Camara-Studios, Yetunde Babaeko and driven by
a collective passionate vision "to make a lasting impact through the lens
of the camera".
“Breast cancer patients need to know
that this does not limit ambition. Knowing this inspires the zeal to impact the
lives of females to reach out and accomplish their dreams regardless of the
health issues they have. Also being ‘breast aware' plays a major role in
early detection so I was especially pleased to be a part of this initiative
which will make ladies more aware and become proactive with breast examination
and talking to their doctors." says Yetunde Babaeko.
“I am not
going to run 5km or climb Kilimanjaro, but I need to do something. For me,
choosing to take photos for the cancer support groups, albeit it is very
short-lived is a personal challenge. It is so important to raise awareness of
breast cancer and the work of our national charities who help women and their
families deal with the physical and emotional scars that this disease creates.”
notes one of the photographers.
This maiden edition will feature
real life photos of breast cancer patients, survivors, their families and the
strategies they employ in coping with breast cancer.