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Man wears pink tutu for cancer

The Tutu Project (source)
The Tutu Project (source)

Most people show their support for cancer survivors and charities by sporting a pink ribbon, Bob Carey began photographing himself in a pink tutu to support his wife after her diagnosis in 2003. 

Carey started taking the photos in order to cheer his wife up, but the concept matured into a book that they now sell to give other survivors something to smile at. All proceeds of his book go to cancer patients to off-set the cost of cancer treatments.

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“Oddly enough, her cancer has taught us that life is good, dealing with it can be hard, and sometimes the very best thing—no, the only thing—we can do to face another day is to laugh at ourselves, and share a laugh with others,” Carey told Viral Nova.

To visit the Carey Foundation’s website click here. 

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