INSALL, Nadia, Roy and Bronwen interviewed by Renee Goldup
Record Group — Box: 24
This interview is part of the Headcases Collaborative Art Project, done in conjunction with the Southland Festival of the Arts and the Cancer Society. In this interview Nadia describes her diagnosis of breast cancer, her treatment options, the depression that goes with such a diagnosis, the tremendous support of parents and extended family, making new friends and establishing the Headcases project. The interview also talks with Nadia's parents and their experiences with their daughter's illness.
- Goldup, Renee (Interviewer, Person)
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- INSALL, Nadia, Roy and Bronwen
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