After Surgery For Ovarian Cancer, Model Ash Foo Says: ‘I Want To Show Women They Can Be Beautiful Even If They’re Not Perfect’

Published Aug 12, 2020

After Surgery For Ovarian Cancer, Model Ash Foo Says: ‘I Want To Show Women They Can Be Beautiful Even If They’re Not Perfect’

A bloated belly hinted at the diagnosis that changed her life — and her looks. Now, model Ash Foo is back at work in front of the camera, sharing her message of empowerment for cancer survivors.

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