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Tattooing for a Cause

By Hailey Dillard, Reporter

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One of the images when it comes to breast cancer tattoos is that of a pink ribbon. This is because pink is the color assigned to breast cancer. Many people will get the pink ribbon tattoos, not just those who suffer from the disease, but also those who have family members and/or friends who have been through the process.  In order to cover the scars and make sufferers of this procedure feel beautiful again, many women opt for tattooing the area.

This woman choose a pink ribbon lace up to symbolize togetherness and that things will never come apart again.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

People who battle disease and sickness are often called fighters or warriors. This tattoo represents that with the addition of a pair of boxing gloves to the pink ribbon. The visual is spot on and a clear reminder of the battle that rage while this insidious disease tried to ravage her body.

 

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