My first experience with breast cancer was when I was ten years old. My grandmother got breast cancer and died a year later. Now that I am an adult myself, I meet women my own age who have breast cancer, such as Suzanne. Her story intrigues me. It is not about dying, but about life after cancer, life with one or no breast. That life should be a gift, a phase in which you optimally enjoy life and the opportunities that you get.
From my marketing profession I only see that these onebreast women are not served at all. On the contrary, I see a range of products that make them happy. Feminine products specially developed for them with a warm appearance and a nice touch. I like to contribute to this, to shake up the market with nice fitting products together with Suzanne