"Photographers see the world rather than just look at it."
I just have read in the paper that there are some stunning results with the patients own defence cells growed in the lab and vaccinated back in the body. But I agree with you.
I agree with you but would be nice if the sign was not so depressing black more to a colourful possitive background sign. Like the pink behind as a background. Not your fault Andy. Just need to have more color to hope. The black is like know hope. Same as our old age card. Black. One step in the grave. Nice if it was colourful to give us more zest to life.
A powerful message Andy -- I'm so glad you visited today. xo
A terrible disease and one I too hope we can make inroads to conquering in our lifetime.
Good post for the day Andy!
unlike, Sparkle, I rather like the simplicity of this sign. I think it stands out nicely. Besides, I am tired of seeing so much yellow and pink.
Keeping the sign faceless is a different approach.
I'll just say it's a wonderful thought. Kudos to anyone who can find the cure for all cancers. Have personally lost too many loved ones to this disgusting disease and only two cures, both of which came through bone marrow transplantation.
Great post for today.
Thoughtful post. Thanks. I can think of too many people I know who've been lost to cancer. But I also know survivors - myself included - and I'm happy to see that more cancers are becoming survivable. I wish researchers and doctors well in finding causes and cures.
Hopeful sign and I believe it's message!
Love the font selected for "Believe It"! So dramatic! A beautifully designed sign - especially the elongated shape - vertical - upward!
I don't think there is any family that hasn't felt the pain and sadness of losing someone to this disease. Please, Let us eradicate it soon. genie
great post....i sure hope so...
Now that is a lovely and inspiring sign.
A very positive sign.
Cancer be gone!