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And she's doing it all while topless and breastless. She's unselfconsciously revealing her flat chest with two centimetre scars where she had breasts before cancer invaded her right breast.
She opted for what's known as esthetic flat closure, a procedure in which the surgeon creates a smooth, flat chest with no excess fat or skin. I'm glad they're gone because I feel safer," she said.
Maintaining her health is one of Belding's biggest priorities. To reduce the risk of cancer, she opted for a double mastectomy. She never considered breast reconstruction because it would have involved more surgeries and more risks from complications and implants.
For her, none of that was worth it for breasts that would have no feeling, and serve no purpose other than to "look fine in a shirt," she said with derision in her voice. In fact, Belding — minus her B-cups — said she looks even better in her clothes. She embraces her flat chest, which has made enjoying sports, like rowing, easier.
Story continues Her tidy scars, which she protects with sunblock, remind her of cancer's silver lining. Second looks Her new body is on display on her Instagram feed.
It's part of her mission to spread the word about estheric flat closure. And her breastless chest has not gone unnoticed on the beach. She's seen young children take a second look and she hopes that sparks conversations at home about cancer.
Having breasts shouldn't … define who you are as a woman," Belding said. What annoys her are the assumptions about "Are you gonna soman new boobs? Or don't you think you'd feel better," she said.
Are you worried you're going to die? Belding said her choice to undergo a double mastectomy and esthetic flat closure isn't for everyone, and isn't a guarantee she'll beat cancer. But it's her best shot at beating cancer, along with taking oral chemotherapy drugs to reduce its recurrence. dartmkuth
As she gets ready for another swim in the ocean, she said she feels lucky in her cancer journey.