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Like many artists photographer Angelo Merendino took the universal themes of pain and loss from his personal life and turned them into art. In 2011 Angelo's wife passed away after battling with breast cancer. Angelo documented his wife's journey with breast cancer through his photos.
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In 2008 photographer Angelo Merendino married Jennifer who had been battling with breast cancer. Like most artists Angelo decided to express trials and tragedies in life through his art. He documented Jennifer's battle against breast cancer.
The series of photos are titled "The Battle We Didn't Choose."
Click through to see Jennifer Merendino's journey with breast cancer. All photos are courtesy of Angelo Merendino.
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