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    breast cancer tattoos | ... Removes Photo Of Breast Cancer Survivor's Tattoo, Users Fight Back

  • Janet Lee

    Body Art: Celtic chest tattoo on breast cancer survivor

  • A Man's Man

    A woman's tattoo bra she got to conceal her Mastectomy scars. So cool!.. isn't this tattoo absolutely amazing? Truly amazingL!!!

  • Adelaidebeatrice Laing

    Facebook 'Removes Image Of Breast Cancer Survivor's Double Mastectomy Tattoo Over Nudity Violation'

  • Tristan Shelley

    Designed and done to cover breast cancer survivor double mastectomy scars.. Awesome!

  • fiveseasonsmade4u Kimberley

    Many would cover up a scar be ashamed yet why not make it a statement or an art piece to live with Tatoos make scars bodyart

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