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On Location, in Country & in the Recording Studio 

” There was a need to produce an educational resource specifically for remote Aboriginal women. We know of women who have died and been lost to their families because of breast cancer. We want women to get it detected and treated earlier because then there is much better chance of them to surviving and continuing on with life and being there for their children.”

” Many people are afraid of cancer and think it’s a death sentence or that only white women get breast cancer; some people think you can catch it or that a person gets sick from “aboriginal business”. ”

” In the making of this DVD we set out address these perceptions through the power of women stories and their shared wisdom “

Comments from participants involved in ” Listen You Women, Your Breasts are Precious”