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Dead Nicoletta Saracco, who on Instagram had become the symbol of women with breast cancer

She’s dead Nicoletta Saraccothe designer from the Marches who had become a symbol and example of strength for all women on social networks breast cancer patients.

Thirty-three yearsill for four, every day on Instagram she told about herself and the canceruntil the end of last November, the date of the last shared post, a sign that probably things weren’t going the way they should. «Cancer fighter»as we read in the few lines that Instagram grants for the biography, Nicoletta from the hospital where she was being treated, the IEO, shared a lot about herself, including the chemotherapy sessions, faced in stiletto heels until the end.

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«Look da Ieo», the caption that accompanied them, response to evil and desire to live together, because in some cases even the details that seem most insignificant acquire enormous meaning. “We are saddened to break the news that our friend Nicoletta has passed away,” said the Ieo-Monzino Foundation. «He spoke naturally and sincerely about his experience as an oncological patient to invite prevention and above all to defeat the many taboos that unfortunately still accompany the disease».

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Nicoletta, who was also a painter, founded Ni.Art Gallery, and with her works she had begun to support the IEO-Monzino Foundation. Thus, sweatshirts, T-shirts and bags became tools to support research. «Helping others with art gives meaning to my fight against cancer», her words to Vanity Fair, in 2020. A contribution that will certainly not be lost.

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Source: Vanity Fair

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