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  • Cancer Patient Gets Paris Photo Shoot

    Jill Brzezinski-Conley, who was diagnosed with breast cancer, is seen participating in a dreamlike Parisian photo shoot. Brzezinski-Conley is beautiful even with a gap in her dress where her right breast used to be, and she wants other women to feel that way too.
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  • Cancer Patient Gets Paris Photo Shoot

    "If I could change one woman's life, I would die the happiest woman," Jill Brzezinski-Conley says during the opening of the 15-minute documentary about her, "The Light That Shines."
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  • Cancer Patient Gets Paris Photo Shoot

    "A woman who's diagnosed or already has it, I'm sure she's scared and she feels alone," Jill Brzezinski-Conley told ABCNews.com, addressing why she decided to share her story with the world. "I didn't want people to feel alone anymore."
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  • Cancer Patient Gets Paris Photo Shoot

    In the documentary, Jill Brzezinski-Conley takes a trip to Paris to pose in couture gowns for photographer Sue Bryce, while first-time documentary maker Hailey Bartholomew films the experience.
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  • Cancer Patient Gets Paris Photo Shoot

    The film also includes reenactments of pivotal moments in Jill Brzezinski-Conley's story as she tells it – from crying in the car after the startling breast cancer diagnosis after just a few months of marriage to going out on a dinner date with her husband and ditching a fancy wig halfway through because "this isn't me."
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  • Cancer Patient Gets Paris Photo Shoot

    Since the film debuted online, Brzezinski-Conley said she receives 500 messages a night from people all over the world who want to thank her for making their wives feel better about cancer, teaching their daughters to appreciate their bodies, or just being courageous enough to show her scarred chest.
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  • Cancer Patient Gets Paris Photo Shoot

    "I've been through hell and back," Brzezinski-Conley told ABCNews.com. "The chemo was so intense. I felt like it was killing me. The side effects you hear about and read about – it was times ten. But good things are finally starting to happen. "
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