Jeanne S. Collins

Last Modified: November 1, 2001

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Jeanne S. Collins - Waiting
Jeanne S. Collins
Atlanta, Georgia

Waiting
Photography (chromogenic print)
24 x 28 inches
1998
Catalog No. 7

Waiting symbolizes to me that hope never quite dies. I was diagnosed with breast cancer in July 1998. A mastectomy and chemotherapy followed. When chemo was finished, I checked every morning for signs that my hair was coming back -- a new beginning.


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