Māori women with advanced breast cancer tell their stories
Recently, BCAC and Sweet Louise filmed more stories from women living with advanced breast cancer. These new videos add further voices to the collection of He Koha a Mua, Gifts to the Future legacy videos. This project is a collaboration between BCAC, Sweet Louise, Breast Cancer Foundation NZ and Metavivors NZ that aims to record the experiences of these women, as well as wisdom and insights that they would like to share. The video collection is a way to honour the women interviewed, to celebrate their strength and beauty, and to provide inspiration and information to others facing a similar diagnosis. BCAC is extremely grateful to the women who agreed to tell their stories and to former Committee Member and Metavivor Elisa Wijohn, who raised funds specifically to ensure that Māori women were included in the series.