Sarah Ferguson after mastectomy and skin cancer: “Don't skip check-ups”

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Sarah Ferguson after mastectomy and skin cancer: “Don't skip check-ups”

The Duchess of York told her story on the occasion of the week dedicated to prevention, and to do so she chose to pose with a pink coat in a photo full of expressiveness.

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Sarah Ferguson immortalized by Christopher Paul Horne

On the occasion of Cancer Prevention Action Week Sarah Ferguson posed dressed entirely in pink, urging people not to neglect routine checks. The Duchess of York posted the shot on her Instagram profile launching the appeal and remembering her story, thus promoting prevention. In fact, Prince Andrew's ex-wife was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2023 on which doctors promptly intervened with a surgical operation, while in January 2024 she discovered that she was suffering from an aggressive form of skin cancer.

Sarah Ferguson immortalized by Christopher Paul Horne

Sarah Ferguson immortalized by Christopher Paul Horne

Sarah Ferguson's look

Fergie posed in front of Christopher Paul Horne 's lens, wearing a pink leather coat, over a pair of palazzo trousers in the same color and a white shirt with a bow. The Duchess of York was standing on a wooden pedestal and holding a long-stemmed white anthurium in her hand, behind her a cloth that recalled her clothes and next to a stack of chairs. ” Being invited to shoot for a member of the royal family does not always allow you to guide expressive creativity, but then comes the 'Fergie' method. She is a woman who represents individuality at its best. Duchess: thank you for trusting me on this new creative journey ,” the photographer wrote.

Sarah Ferguson immortalized by Christopher Paul Horne

Sarah Ferguson immortalized by Christopher Paul Horne

The Duchess of York's appeal

Sarah Ferguson wrote under the snap: “ To celebrate Cancer Prevention Action Week, I would like to urge people to be diligent with their health checks. I am determined to do everything I can to help raise awareness by sharing my experience. I have been diagnosed with breast cancer in 2023 and a melanoma, an aggressive form of skin cancer, this year and if it weren't for the diligence and care of my doctors, my situation could have been much worse. It's been a challenging 2023 and I had almost put off my routine mammogram, but my sister Jane convinced me to go.After undergoing a mastectomy and reconstruction, I could only hope to be cured, which is why the new skin cancer diagnosis was such a shock. I am now in the best hands and feeling positive thanks to the support of my family. A few days could mean the difference between life and death, so please don't skip or postpone your health checks and urge your loved ones to do the same .”

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