One out of every 30 Canadian women who died last year lost her life to breast cancer. Just let that sink in. That is thousands upon thousands of lives. And the number of Canadian women who were diagnosed with breast cancer? One in nine! That's a shocking number. That's an epidemic.
Triple-negative breast cancer survivor, multimedia artist
Julia Selinger is a triple negative breast cancer survivor, who was diagnosed while living in the Middle East where she remained to undergo surgeries and cancer treatments. She has resided in various countries around the world, and now makes her home on the shores of Lake Ontario, together with her husband and two daughters. <br> <br> She is an award winning graphic designer, multimedia artist, and author, who latest work, The Pharaonic Vibe, is included in the anthology This Place a Stranger: Canadian Women Travelling Alone, published by Caitlin Press.
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