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Living and Giving

Many Delawareans are with us today as living proof that there is life after breast cancer—life that is rich, full and experienced with renewed zest. These women and men are testimony to the fact that breast cancer can be controlled through early detection and treatment.

DBCC’s “Living and Giving” photographic exhibit portrays several of these survivors—individuals who continue to lead happy, productive lives, sharing their gifts with the families and communities that treasure them. These photographs are about life, love and joy.

They are the triumph of survival over victimization. Our hope is that the power of their message will overcome the fear and denial that keep so many people from taking charge of their health and controlling breast cancer through early diagnosis and treatment.

Living and Giving
Thirty feet long and seven feet high, the Exhibit features thirty survivors (twenty-nine women and one man). The exhibit has reached over 100,000 Delawareans through its touring locations including: Wilmington Trust, MBNA, DuPont Pharmaceuticals, Hercules Inc., Christiana Care, BayHealth Medical Center, the City/County Building, the Wilmington Amtrak Station and the University of Delaware.

Whenever the Living and Giving Exhibit travels to a new location, DBCC provides educational programming in connection with the Exhibit’s opening.

The Exhibit is now on display in our Wilmington headquarters at 11th and Orange Streets. The public is welcome to view the exhibit Monday through Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm.