Australian Women's Weekly. Tennis legend Serena Williams has thrown her support behind an iconic Australian breast cancer awareness campaign, and it involves the new mum stretching her vocal chords. The year-old has got on board with the 'I Touch Myself' project, named after the song by Aussie rock band the Divinyls.
The nine-time Wimbledon singles champion said she cried when a biopsy came back positive on 24 February after a routine mammogram. Doctors told her she has a non-invasive form of the cancer called ductal carcinoma in situ, or DCIS, which means the cancer is confined to the milk ducts and has not spread to the surrounding tissue. A friend of Navratilova, Dr Mindy Nagle, said: "It was the best case scenario you could imagine for detecting breast cancer.
Serena Williams covers her breasts with her hands while singing a version of Australian band The Divinyls' hit in support of Breast Cancer Network Australia. In the Instagram video, Williams covers her breasts with her hands while singing a version of Australian band The Divinyls' hit in support of Breast Cancer Network Australia. Early detection is key -- it saves so many lives.
This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own. There will be free tennis lessons, games, drills and occasional speakers and events. Tennis for Life is an active support group for Breast Cancer Survivors.
Is there anything that Serena Williams cannot do? She's a phenomenal tennis player obviouslya hands-on mother, a successful entrepreneur, and on top of all that she can sing and she showed off her skills for a great cause. Serena Williams shared a video of herself topless singing "I Touch Myself" to encourage women to examine their breasts for signs of breast cancer.
Free of cancer. Free of the radiation treatments she had before, during and after the French Open. Free to resume the life the diagnosis briefly, and only slightly, interrupted.
Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. After another mammogram, plus a sonogram and biopsy, Flatow was diagnosed with Stage 1 breast cancer, which meant that it was caught early. A link has been sent to your friend's email address.
Tennis superstar Serena Williams caused an internet sensation Sunday by posing topless for a video while singing "I Touch Myself" to raise awareness for breast cancer. In the Instagram video, Williams covers her breasts with her hands while singing a version of Australian band The Divinyls' hit in support of Breast Cancer Network Australia. Early detection is key -- it saves so many lives. The song was co-written by Divinyls Australian vocalist Chrissy Amphlett who died of breast cancer five years ago aged
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