Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) commissioned a series of videos of women from diverse cultural backgrounds sharing their breast cancer experience with the aim of encouraging other women to open up about their diagnosis and seek support.
In my language: my breast cancer story is a series of six short videos each featuring a woman from a Greek, Italian, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Mandarin or Arabic-speaking background who has been diagnosed and treated for breast cancer. In these videos, each woman tells the story of her diagnosis and treatment in her own words and in her own language, with English subtitles.
The series was edited into a single short video to show to communities, to help engage and address some of the problems for women with different language and cultural backgrounds learning about breast cancer. The series was project managed by Inaam Barakat.
Series of 6 BCNA videos, In my language: my breast cancer story.
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