Stella Kyriakides: the torch bearer

Marc Beishon

When Dolly Triantafyllides, a prominent member of Cypriot society, contracted breast cancer in the late 1960s, she broke with traditional taboos and went public, becoming one of the island’s first advocates. Many years after her death, her daughter Stella faced the same diagnosis. She took up the torch of advocacy and has been running with it ever since.

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