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Cornish Cancer Survivor Flashes To The World
1:58pm 17th September 2013
They are the best bra none.
A Cornish breast cancer survivor is flashing her assets to the world to show women reconstruction is nothing to fear.
Pauline Giles from Par has beaten the disease and now runs charity Bosom Buddies.
Watch the video she has made to get Gok Wan on board below.
She told Pirate FM: "He tweeted me yesterday and said wow what a way to get my attention I'll be speaking to you about working on your project so yeh. I think we cracked it!
"I had reconstruction at the same time as I had my breasts removed and I want other women all over the world to know that they should see fear in breast cancer anymore. There are so many clever people out there that you can look as good if not better than you did before.
1:58pm 17th September 2013
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