18 Sessions of Chemo, 365 Hats, And $24,000 For Breast Cancer

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In July 2014, Sara Cutting of Brighton, United Kingdom, was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer at the age of 46. Despite surgery to remove a tumor and 18 weeks of chemotherapy, this brave woman took her diagnosis in a positive light and helped raise more than $24,000 for MacMillan Cancer Support.

How did she do it? She shaved her head before undergoing chemo. Then, every day from Oct. 14, 2014, to Oct. 14, 2015, she shared a selfie of her wearing a zany hat. No matter how Cutting felt, she always posted a picture once per day. After the amazing photo shoot, she decided to keep her head shaved as she became a social activist for medical causes in Great Britain. These are some of the results of her inspirational endeavor.

Always a Smile

Most of Cutting’s Instagram posts have funny jokes as captions. Her slogan is “Now go check your bits.”

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She’s the Queen

Cutting is already the queen of our hearts, so her silly headgear takes her moniker to a new level as if she’s wearing a crown.
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Awesome!

Some hats have words or a simple message, while many of them are just plain wild and crazy.

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Never a Dull Photo

No matter what hat she chooses, Cutting never has a dull moment as she displays her sunny attitude.

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Various Subjects

Some hats have sports themes, while others have feathers or streamers. Many of them look like stylish hats to wear to a polo match or afternoon tea. Cheers!

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Puns and Plays on Words

The funniest hats make plays on words with breast cancer.

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Christmas Time

Cutting gets in the holiday spirit with several Christmas-themed hats each year.

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Breast Cancer Foiled Again

Cutting proves that breast cancer did not diminish her spirit even through her roughest days of treatment.

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You can rock festive headware, too! Learn how to wrap a scarf into a turban here!


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