Oklahoma Project Woman’s Perspectives of Hope photography exhibit is on display in Oklahoma City, in the West entrance lobby of St. Anthony Hospital, 1000 N. Lee Avenue, through April 1st. Each of the 22 photos in the exhibit conveys a different individual’s journey or experience with breast cancer. The exhibit is the result of generosity on the part of patients, survivors, donors, community volunteers, and staff who have all been touched by the mission of OPW. They offered their help to develop the direction of the project, shared their stories and their most private experiences through their pictures and words, and volunteered their time and talents to proof and refine the final product.
OPW is a non-profit dedicated to providing access to breast health care that will facilitate the early diagnosis of breast cancer and decrease the mortality rate for uninsured Oklahomans with limited financial resources. Since the beginning of the program in 1998, it has provided breast health care to more than 43,000 Oklahomans. During 2015, OPW provided free breast health care to nearly 4,000 Oklahomans.