Getting It Off Their Chests

Getting it off your chest means something special to a breast cancer survivor. Today at the Hard Rock Cafe, a symposium of survivors, researchers and performers got some things off their chests and proposed some creative ways that we should go about handling the growing problem of breast cancer and how to fund research to combat it. This PINKtober event, partly organized by the Holster Project, supported the mission of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Special guest Melissa Etheridge shared her experiences as a breast cancer survivor – and extraordinary artist activist. The video above features a special sneak preview of a song on her newest album. When she gets the right key… she really gets it right.

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