NPOAS is thrilled to welcome Joanna Atzori (Australia) to our Council of International Advocates! Joanna is passionate about ensuring women in Australia, particularly younger women, know about their breast cancer risk and their rights under Australian law. She advocates for awareness & aesthetic flat closure at UnBreasted and on Instagram @jatzori “Joanna is a breastContinue reading “NPOAS welcomes Joanna Atzori (@UnBreasted) from Australia to the Council of International Advocates!”
Kim spoke to Corrie Kamminga of Ronduit Plat (Netherlands… “Downright Flat”) about their stunning photo project – have a listen! And check out the project at http://www.RonduitPlat.nl !
NPOAS is thrilled to welcome Corrie Kamminga (Netherlands) of Ronduit Plat to our Council of International Advocates! “In the Netherlands, the standard procedure after mastectomy is breast reconstruction. Flat is often not even offered, and women have to push hard to get what they want and deserve. It is important to create awareness that goingContinue reading “NPOAS Welcomes Ronduit Plat to the Council of International Advocates!”
Welcoming Plattnormen (Sweden) to the Council of International Advocates!
After getting “mastectomie a fini plat” on the books, Marie-Claude Belzile’s petition is getting traction in the Québec National Assembly!
Vogue UK just published a feature with flat advocate Juliet Fitzpatrick, featuring photos from “Behind the Scars” by Sophie Mayanne.
From France, Carine speaks out about her choice to explant with aesthetic flat closure (“reconstruction à plat,” or “fermeture esthétique à plat”).
Welcoming Ngozi Ejedimu (Nigeria) to the Council of International Advocates!
AMSOB (Germany) new podcast about going flat and flat advocacy!
Progress in Québec! Their online French-English translation database, Grand dictionnaire terminologique, now includes “mastectomie à fini plat“, the French analogue of aesthetic flat closure! The new term is translated literally as “mastectomy with flat finish”. Thanks to advocate Marie-Claude Belzile of Tout aussi femme (who is also a member of our Council of International Advocates)Continue reading “Progress in Québec: “Mastectomie à fini plat””